Switch tv presenter, Nana Owiti have revealed why she missed her only son's birthday party. Nana Owiti has two children: Riek and Iroma. Her last born Iroma was celebrity his birthday but she was not able to attend. On her social media platforms, the mother of two revealed to her followers why she missed her son's birthday party. Nana has always portrayed herself as someone who loves spending time with her family, from her husband: King Kaka to her two children. Well, it was so unfortunate that she was unable to attend the birthday party. However, the media personality had a reason why she didn't make it.
Nana Owiti shared a video on her Instagram stories revealing to the public that she was held up at work making it really hard for her to celebrate the birthday. The tv presenter went ahead and revealed that she tried leaving the job early only for her to be caught in traffic along Mombasa road.
Nana Owiti felt really bad after she failed to make it back home on time. On the same platform, the mother of two claimed that she will take her children to school the following day for her to make up for the event she missed. Here is Nana's full post.
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