A famous media personality known as Muthee Kiengei has left Kenyans wowing him for what he wrote to his ex-wife Keziah Kariuki early in the morning. Kiengei referred to his wife as 'Maitu wa Kigongona' which translates a 'mother of the altar'. Photo courtesy - Keziah Kariuki
Kiengei further praised his son Arsene claiming that he is the source of their happiness. Kiengei stated that he (Kiengei) and his son Arsene love Keziah Kariuki. The journalist further stated that being an election day, he would still 'vote' for Keziah Kariuki.
Although the two loverbirds, Kiengei and Keziah divorced, they have been still showing love to each other and love to their son. Kiengei had attended Keziah's music event a few months ago where he supported her with ksh100,000.
Indeed, divorce should not make people hate each other. Kiengei, who is also an ordained pastor apart from him being a journalist has illustrated that people can still show love and respect each other despite having had some conflicts at one point of their lives. We wish Keziah Kariuki AKA Mama Arsene a happy birthday.
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