If you frequently visit social media pages you must have come across Keziah wa Kariuki at some point. She is a Kikuyu gospel musician and a business lady who is well grounded to be distracted by neysayers. She is among Kenyan celebrities who have moved from grass to fame through hardwork and determination within the shortest period of time.
Almost nine years ago, Keziah wa Kariuki divorsed with her first husband Muthee Kiengei before getting married to a new husband. Later some days there have been rumours that Keziah has divorsed with the current husband which has left Kenyans talking. Amid this Keziah has not been online where kenyans have been wondering about her whereabouts.
Some minutes ago, she has finally posted on her Facebook official page talking about her current life status. According to her, she posted saying that peace of mind is important not only becouse it makes us feel good and happy but becouse it also put someone in the right state so that we can dream, hope and create value.
She went ahead and said that peace is the only medium where construction of dreams and visions is possible. She concluded by thanking God saying his peace is enough for her. Kenyans were all over the comments section wishing her all the best and asking her to keep strong.
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