Coast based singer Mwanaisha Abdalla alias Nyota Ndogo has fired back to fans who criticised her daughter's dressing code in a dance video.
Her younger daughter, Barka, was jamming to one of the trending songs on TikTok. She recorded it and shared on her social media page. Some of her fans criticised that her daughter's dressing code was not depicting the picture of a good mother. Others questioned why she was allowing the grownup child in her bedroom.
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Nyota has been single parenting her two children; that is despite having a 'mzungu' boyfriend. Her Dutch husband Henning Nielsen occasionally visits her in Kenya because he stays with his first family.
She argues that she allows Barka to sleep with her in their bedroom when her husband is not around. On matters of being a good parent, she said that the way she raises her daughter shouldn't be a problem to others.
"Samahani sana, lakini kila mtu alee wake. Huyu ni wangu, navyomlea mimi isikusumbue wewe. Just lea wako vizuri na hiyo inatosha," she replied.
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