Amira took a selfie video as his husband danced to a background song "Chaguo La Moyo."
In what appears to be a new life for the businessman who had been 'porched' by socialite Amber Ray, Amira couldn't stop smiling in the short clip.
This confirms that he is back to his first wife and she has forgiven him despite all the public embarrassment and humiliation.
'Chaguo la moyo' carries a heavy message to all couples and it seems to be perfect one for them as they reunite.
In one of the lines, Otile sings that he has chosen her as the only one and has decided to change his ways.
For Jamal, he has chosen Amira and has decided not to go on dating Amber Ray as the second wife.
Sanaipei Tande's part says that she is ready to build a home, have children with him and get old together.
Amira seems to have decided that all has happened cannot keep him from being a husband whom she chose to stay with until death do them apart.
Kenyans on social media cannot stop admiring the bravery in Amira, for forgiving, loving and accepting him back.
Some are commenting that marriages nowadays need people with strong hearts or else most will end up crying.
One has warned women looking to be married as second wives by describing how it ended in tears for Amber Ray.
Click the link below to watch the couple listening and singing the romantic song.
Can you do to your partner what Amira has done to Jimal? Share with us your thoughts.
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