Citizen TV's Trevor Ombija who has been a topic of discussion in country for the better of this week after he opened up on his past relationship life has faced a lot of criticism.
This is because Trevor Ombija revealed that his ex lover dumped him just after he paid dowry although he had been in the relationship for about ten years.
For that reason the former NTV journalist Jane Ngoiri has emerged revealing that she will treat her close ally and ensure that he gets a smile.
She hilariously further added that Trevor should use his heart for pumping blood and while he will be falling in love he should use the lungs.
"My current JD...Doctari wa maradhi ya moyo...my first client @TrevorOmbija sasa tumia roho kupiga damu mwilini,mapenzi weka kwa mapafu..." Jane Ngoiri penned.
Meanwhile what's your thought on the matter? Do you think Trevor Ombija made a wise move to open up on his past relationship life? Share your opinion in the comment section below.
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