Mwanaisha Abdalla best known as Nyota Ndogo is a taarab influenced pop musician who was born and raised in the coastal region of Kenya.It is said that Nyota Ndogo dropped out of high school and became a house help before she joined the music industry.
In 2016,the Watu na Viatu hit maker then got married to her husband Henning Nielsen after parting ways with her husband of eight years.
The two later separated and Nyota Ndogo took it to her Instagram to say that the husband Nielsen got upset after a prank on April fool's day of her being pregnant.
Recently she shared screenshots of her and the husband on WhatsApp as he wrote to her"I miss you my wife"
She claims that many people ask her how she bagged her German husband and recently she shared on her Facebook a site that brings people from all over the world for dating purpose.
She also says that it is not money that made her decide to get a Mzungu husband but for the love she received that she couldn't find in the African men she had been with previously.
The conversation about ladies, especially black women trying to secure white men is disturbing considering not all end as a happily ever after.
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