Karen Nyamu Finally Tells The Truth About Her Relationship With Samidoh

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By  | Jan 14, 2021, 07:39 AM  | Drama

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Politician and lawyer Karen Nyamu has finally come out to tell the truth about her relationship with singer Samidoh. 

The politician said the Kikuyu musician is a “friend” a very “good friend” and that is all. She also addressed the relationship between her and Samidoh’s wife.

Speaking on Bustani La Massawe on Radio Jambo, Karen said,

“I don’t care what people say about me, I don’t have the time, they can say all they want I know my truth, I know his as a man who loves his wife and family.”

Massawe Japanni asked her is she knows the Samidoh’s wife,

She responded, “Yes I know her.”

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“I know her but our circles are different. and I know she has no beef wth me. Because she knows the truth. She knows that Samidoh is my friend.”

Echoing on why she pulled down the video of her and Samidoh in Dubai together, Karen said,

“I removed it because of the effect it was having on his family and brands. We were in Dubai, he had a show in dubai and the poster had sonko and Moses kuria, we went all of us. we got on a boat and went like pals.”

Asked about an eyebrow-raising caption about dressing like a wife material and hoping he notices and married her. Karen brushed off that post saying,
“Hiyo ni utani. hizo ni jokes wale wanapenda kuolewa hawaendi Instagram. I love to joke. Mimi sio mtu was kuolewa siamini na kuolewa, I love getting babies and not marraifge. Marriage is good and there are very many good men out there but I made the decision based on my expeciaerce and that is what I wouldn’t like to get married.”
Asked what the experience was, Karen said,

“it was not a good experience there was violence, kukaziwa kufungiwa to be treated like a property. he was obsessive and controlling. I had a boyfriend who made me panic about that and we were together for two years it was someone in government and powerful and I was intimidated but I’m very happy I made it out of that relationship.”

Speaking during an interview with Massawe Japanni on Radio Jambo, Karen said she dated the married politician for two years.

I  love having children and getting a family is a good thing but I have made the decision based on my past experience. There was insecurity and obsessiveness

“I am not interested in getting married after my past experience with a man who turned out to be very violent. I was in my early 20’s and he was in government.”

Karen who vied for Nairobi Women representative position in 2017, said the politician was also very protective and she felt very insecure with men.

Asked on whether she reported the matter to the police, Karen said;

“I was very young and the guy was famous. I felt very intimidated that even if I report nothing would be done to him and so I did not report. I thank God I left the relationship.”
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