Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko has revealed that he is the one who advised Karen Nyamu to follow Samidoh to the US.
Sonko made the revelation while commenting on a social media post by Karen Nyamu who appeared to be complaining about the cold weather in America.
The former Nairobi governor claimed that he advised Nyamu to rush to America because the country was experiencing the winter season thus someone couldn't sleep alone (that 'someone' implying Samidoh).
Sonko further teased the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) Nominated Senator that she was about to lose her man.
"Si I told you ukimbie uko kwa msee kuna winter uko yani mbarindi inakunja na ice cumbes mutu awezi rara kwa bend pekee yake siunaona karimbu msee wako andandiwe (I told you to rush there to be with your man. There is winter, it's cold like ice cubes someone can't sleep alone. Your man nearly slept with someone)," Sonko wrote.
Nyamu flies to US
Nyamu flew to the US amid claims she was chasing after Samidoh who was allegedly having an affair with Bernice Saroni.
However, the Nominated Senator later clarified that Bernice and her were actually on good terms.
Karen Nyamu and Samidoh have had an on/off relationship for a long time, albeit in secret at the beginning.
Despite initially denying that they were in a relationship, the two were blessed with a son together in November 2020. Karen confirmed Samidoh as the father of her son in February 2021.
On February 26, 2022, Karen gave birth to her second child with Samidoh.
Nyamu and Samidoh served couple’s goals on September 8, 2022, as they jointly attended the swearing-in ceremony of lawmakers in Parliament.
Samidoh recently accompanied Nyamu to the Senate for her swearing-in. They also tagged along their children.
After serving couple's goal in Parliament, former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko came out to reveal that he was the one who connected the nominated senator with Samidoh.
“Mnafaa mniitie chai. Mimi ndio nilikupea Samidoh pale Dubai nikiwa na Moses Kuria wakati wa Mugithi night,” Sonko posted.
“Mdosi malizia tu hapo usitoe video,” Karen Nyamu responded to Sonko's post.