Singer Freshley Mwamburi who is well known for the song “Stella Wangu”, every year he is heartbroken after remembering 17th May 1926 when he and his friends went to the airport to pick up his lover Stella as she had requested him to, he remembers how after selling his Land, Car, and Cattles so as Stella would get money for her flight and upkeep in Japan, this was because she was advancing in her Medical Studies which would take three years. At the airport, as she alighted. Stella got off the plane with a child in her hands beside her was her short 4-feet-tall Japanese fiancée as Freshley describes him. He was so heartbroken that he did not even know the African style to cry. But in the end, his message to Stella is that he still loves her and still wishes she would return to him.
After 30 years Stella finally replies to her lover Freshley in a song. Saying, on the plane, she met a Japanese friend with her wife and they had one child, she explained to the Japanese man about her lover and how he had sacrificed his wealth so that she could go to Japan, as soon as the plane landed she was surprised after getting off carrying the child beside her was Chung and behind him her wife. Freshly looking worried with his head facing downward he left and went away. She gave Chung his child and followed her lover he entered his car and left very fast as she was looking. She wrote letters to him without any replies, she asked Freshley's friend about him and she was told that Freshly got a lover eight months ago. She then heard a song with the word "Stella" trending she was deeply disappointed about what he said about her. All she wishes is that her lover would have tried to look for evidence because all that would not have happened. but all in all, she had to accept that she had lost him.
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