Idah Alisha is known by most Kenyans because of the role she played in the TV show titled mother-in-law. She sparked the reactions of her fans as she said she found love again years after ending the previous relationship.
The beautiful lady known to many by her stage name Olive took to her Instagram page and posted a photo with the mystery man whom to many still do not know yet. The post later sparked reactions from her fans.
Her previous marriage took place in 2014 but never lasted due to domestic violence as sources say. In the post she captioned encouraging words saying the she is looking forward to spending many days with the profound new lover.
In a video that was found Alisha spoke of her previous husband Upton whom she believed to be her one and only but later assaulted her. This went as far as him being violent in the presence of guests said Alisha.
"My friends once came to my place, and we went out. When I returned to the house, he was furious and became violent in the presence of my guests," she said.
She walked out of the marriage as she could not take it anymore and years later she seems to have found love again.
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