Akothee, the singer who appointed herself the president of Kenya’s single mothers is back to discuss that very topic. She has opened up about the fact that a lot of Kenyan women who listen to her believe she is calling for them to leave their husbands and marriages.
Being A Single Mum Is A Circumstance, Don’t Leave Your Husband- Akothee Advices Speaking via her Insta-stories, she said the following: ”It has come to my attention that I am mis-advising women to walk out of their relationships. The problem is that you don’t understand my English. Please, if you’re married, stay in your marriage.
Even our own parents stayed in their own marriages. Being a single mother is not pride, it is a circumstance. And we can’t change anything about that. Single mothers unite: Saumu Mbuvi is perpetuating a dangerous myth Anyway, we’ve got to be strong to live this life.
If you think you want to leave your husband because you think Akothee is living a good life, I will never showcase my frustrations online. You could be living a better life than me. But anyway, choices are yours. If you want to leave your husband’s house, don’t leave with my name… You do not know what I’m going through off- cameras.”
And you have to give it up to Akothee for having the presence of mind to actually realize that some people were misinterpreting her words and she needed to correct them so as to actually give a more holistic understanding to her fans.
Akothee’s eldest daughter, Rue spends night in police custody (videos) And the science of social studies backs her up. You see, right off the bat, statistics tell us that more women than men initiate divorces. That means that more women than men are opting to…
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