Chiki Kuruka has made it clear that being married into the Baraza family might have been one of the best decisions she ever made in her life.
The Nigerian-Swiss babe confirmed the claims in a recent photo shared online that had her beautifully cross arms with her father-in-law across each others’ shoulders, which was pretty adorable.
Knowing the natural dad-daughter bond that lives to be told to date, it seems Mr Baraza had whole-heartedly taken in Chiki as his own daughter, which the light-skin babe wholesomely accepted.
“Sometimes you marry into a family that makes your smile grow wider,” captioned Chiki.
From his end, Bien who had spared the weekend to visit his dad back at home admitted that he had not laughed that much in a while.
“Sunday with my loves. My dad is a comedian. Haven’t laughed like that in a while. Family over everything,” sweetly captioned Bien.
However, fans with differing opinions about how close a daughter and her father-in-law should be, became the topic of discussion. According to one fan, @ednaliaka, the Luhya tradition would never allow a daughter and her dad-in law to come that close let alone touch.
In luhya tradition, father in law should never stand next to “leave alone touching” his daughter in law….luhya council of elders are calling you hapo nyuma ya tent. A sheep has to die for cleansing🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Being of Luhya descent, Bien who had been urged to call for a cleansing ceremony responded:
…nyinyi ni njaa inawasumbua. Mnataka tu kukula mbuzi na kulewa kwa bill yangu. 2020 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
Another fan who was from Lesotho commented:
This is such a heartwarming picture. In my culture Father in law and daughter in law aren’t allowed to even touch like that (a disturbing restriction if you ask me). So this has been utterly refreshing to see😍😍 that other African cultures don’t comform to that weird nuance.
As some drooled over the adorable dad-daughter bond, cultures saw a section clash over what was right and what was not.