Citizen TV news anchor Trevor Ombija has of late been leaving single mums salivating due to his body nature. During his vacation in Lamu early last month, the media personality shared a photo that caught the attention of many.
While celebrating his birthday party, ladies flocked his account asking for an hand in marriage. One that caught attention was of a young lady who pleaded with the celebrity to adopt her. In her statement, the lady stated that she is in her 18 years and she needs someone who can host her.
The celebrity, despite his fame, have remained single for long after separating with his former wife in 2015. While making claims public, Trevor said that he was heartbroken by his girlfriend even after paying dowry. He therefore vow to take time to recover before getting into another relationship.
This comes few hours after the latter travelled from United States of America where he went for another vacation. He is always in company of his close buddy Larry Madowo who currently work as a correspondent with international media station CNN. The personality is yet to respond to the young lady.
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