Keziah wa Kariuki is a both a female gospel artist and a media personality. She is well known for her fine tunes and among her fans in central Kenya, since she does her music in Gikuyu language.
Keziah's ex-husband is Pastor Ben Watoria, famously known by his stage name as Muthee Kiengei. The two sired a beautiful girl before they decided to exit the relationship. However, Muthee Kiengei has proven to be a supportive father.
After parting ways, they both moved on and Keziah got married again by George where they did a luxurious wedding. It's unfortunate that two weeks, it was alleged that yet again Keziah had left her second matrimonial home.
On her Facebook page today, she spoke up for the first time since the allegations. Keziah wrote on her timeline that peace was important not because it made us feel good or happy but because it also puts us in the right state of mind.
Among the people who encouraged her in the comment section were evangelist Lucy wa Ngujiri and Betty Bayo.
Here is the screenshot of the post.:
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