Renowned Kenyan politician Karen Nyamu has refuted claims that she is fighting over renowned Kikuyu singer Samidoh.
Speaking on an interview with Eve Mungai, Nyamu has claimed that she does not have anything against Samidoh's first wife due to the fact that she is his first wife who she said Samidoh can't replace, can't be replaced in Samidoh's life.
According to the reports given by Nyamu, she claimed that she was fighting over Samidoh with a woman who showed interest in Samidoh.
"I don't understand why people think that i was trying to fight or is fighting his first wife. I know very well that she can't be replaced by anyone in Samidoh's life. People should stop speculations all the time. Some things are just visible, you can't actually expect me to fight his first wife because, I have respect for her~ she said.
While reacting to her remarks, Kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions on the matter have congratulated her for saying this.
According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that it is good for her to acknowledge her due to the fact that they have children with the same man.
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