Kiengei pictured with his ex-wife Keziah(Photo/Courtesy).
Popular vernacular presenter Keziah Wa Kariuki hosted a Kigooco Explosion concert at Ruiru stadium that brought together renowned Kikuyu gospel artists.
Her ex-husband Benson Gathungu alias, Mzee Kiengei, is among those who attended the colorful event. Kiengei was captured on camera sharing a light moment with Keziah on stage and bonding with their daughter as fans and fellow artists cheered them.
Kiengei shared the photos of the event on his Facebook page and encouraged his ex-wife to continue serving God with zeal.
"In the Spirit of the Get world together through Love, this evening I attended the Kigooco Explosion in Ruiru Stadium Organised by Keziah Wa Kariuki The zeal of serving Christ through Music and Talent is overwhelming and the Gospel of Truth and Love Has to conquer in our Generation...Congratulations Keziah, Let nothing stop you from serving your Creator," he wrote.
Kiengei's followers congratulated him for supporting his ex-wife despite partying ways with her. They also hailed him for displaying maturity by honouring the invite. Kiengei and Keziah divorced six years ago.
Keziah married another man last year during an invite-only wedding. Kiengei also moved on and married another woman after divorcing Keziah. Below are photos of Kiengei with his ex-wife at the event.
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