Coast-based Kenyan musician Mwanaisha Abdalla popularly known as Nyota Ndoga has revealed the reason why she finds it difficult posting the Mombasa governor Hassan Ali Joho. Joho celebrated his 45th birthday today as Kenyans especially celebrities flogged the social media to send him warm birthday wishes. Among them was Nyota Ndogo who also send her birthday wishes to the governor.
However, the ‘Nibebe’ hit maker stated that she always had a hard time when it comes to posting governor Joho’s picture confessing that she will reveal the truth behind it. According to Nyota ndogo the reason behind it is basically to avoid problems with her Dutch husband.
In a post which she shared on Instagram, Nyota ndogo revealed that after seeing a lot of overwhelming messages send to the governor, she decided to take that risk despite knowing her husband might get angry though he will end up forgetting about it with time.
(Nyota ndogo's Instagram post)
However, she confessed that she once lied to her husband that the governor was her mother’s young sister in order to reduce the tension. Nyota ndogo went ahead praising the Mombasa governor in her post stating that she could not have let Joho’s birthday pass-by because of the good deeds the governor has done to artists.
The mother of two is married to a Dutch husband and had a white wedding in 2016. She recently fired back at her haters after curious netizens trolled her online wanting to know why she did not have children with her Dutch husband .
Photo Courtesy: Citizen Tv
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