Samidoh writes a heartfelt message to Edday Nderitu on a special occasion

Terryanne Chebet is eagerly anticipating her 45th birthday celebration this weekend, hinting that it will be a lavish affair.

Reflecting on a party she hosted five years ago, the media personality shared a photo with her friends from the 2019 event.

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“Five years ago, we did a thing. It’s my Birthday Week and I can’t wait to play dress up again! Any guesses on the theme for my birthday this year? What’s your dream theme?”

Her party back then had a Gatsby theme, with over ten girls dressed to impress.

Here are some theme suggestions from her fans:

  • rentadress_boutique: Night at the Oscars?😊
  • rachel_ombaka: Bold African 😉
  • thiskenyan: All white, barefoot, on a nice sandy beach, clear sky, full moon…
  • sally_onyando: Regency. Something Bridgertonesque
  • eddah201335: Classy with an African touch

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In addition to her upcoming birthday, Terryanne Chebet recently attended the Africa CEO Forum in Kigali, Rwanda, representing the private sector.

The forum, held on May 16 and 17, attracted more than 2,000 business leaders, investors, and political decision-makers from Africa and around the world. The theme was “At the Table or On the Menu? A Critical Moment to Shape a New Future for Africa.”

Terryanne had an inspiring conversation with President Ruto, leaving her optimistic about Africa’s future.

Edday Nderitu sends a heartfelt message one year after departing Kenya.

Edday Nderitu, the former wife of mugithi singer Samidoh, continues to make strides in the US. Reflecting on her decision to leave her relationship and relocate to the US a year ago, she shared a heartfelt message on her social media.

“Exactly one year ago today, I took a leap of faith and embarked on a new chapter in my life! It required immense courage and determination. Here’s to celebrating my growth, resilience, and the exciting adventures that lie ahead!” she wrote.

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The mother of three went on to say, “Over the past year, I’ve discovered new strengths, developed coping mechanisms, and gained valuable insights about myself and my capabilities. I will keep moving forward, even if the path ahead remains unclear. I’ve got this! Every step, even the ones that feel uncertain or intimidating, is an opportunity for growth and learning.”

Her message of hope and determination inspired her fans, who left supportive comments on her post:

“Congratulations on one year! It’s great to see you prioritizing yourself and your children. Wishing you all the best,” wrote edithkanana.

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“Your growth is truly admirable! I’ve witnessed your journey, and I must say, there is immense power in prayer. You’ve become such an amazing woman,” commented turkishwearkenya.

“I’ve never been happier for anyone than I am for you and your beautiful kids. May God continue to watch over you, mama,” expressed janemwangi129.

“Congratulations, woman of faith! May God go before you and may His favor be upon you and your beautiful children now and always,” added wkamanu.

In 2023, she publicly announced her decision not to be in a polygamous relationship, confronting her husband. Later, she shared a photo of herself traveling to the US with her three children, initially thought to be a vacation, but a year later, she remains in the US, forging ahead with her new life.

Samidoh: I like life and all the turmoil that accompanies relationships.

Mugithi sensation Samidoh embraces the entirety of his life’s journey, including the relationship dramas that have become intertwined with his public persona.

“If I didn’t find joy in the life I lead, I would have succumbed to despair long ago. Life presents challenges, but one must stay focused and keep moving forward,” Samidoh asserts.

The singer, known for his relationships with ex-wife Edday Nderitu and nominated senator Karen Nyamu, acknowledges that he frequently becomes a trending topic due to the women in his life. However, he views this phenomenon positively and notes that even his superiors in the disciplined forces have become accustomed to it.

“I honestly don’t understand how I consistently trend, which is why I refrain from defending or explaining myself to my superiors when it happens. It’s beyond my control,” he admits.

Samidoh, known for his proficiency with both a gun and a guitar, has grown accustomed to the accompanying drama, recognizing it as a consequence of his fame.

“There’s a price to pay for everything. When I was tending cattle in Ol Jorook, I never attracted attention because I was nobody. But now that I’m famous, some negativity is inevitable. The key is to maintain balance. Life is a series of ups and downs; the important thing is to stay focused,” he reflects.

While Samidoh does not attribute blame for his trending status, he acknowledges the role of the media in amplifying and distorting aspects of his life.

“I’m simply living my life as best as I can, but sometimes the media magnifies things out of proportion. I have no control over that, and thankfully, my superiors understand,” says Samidoh, who serves as a policeman at the National Police Service headquarters in Westlands.

“Music never interferes with my work. I maintain a disciplined schedule, working Monday to Thursday and dedicating weekends to performances,” he clarifies.

In the US, Samidoh’s daughter with Edday commemorates her second birthday (PHOTOS)

Over the weekend, Mugithi star Samidoh and Edday’s daughter, Wairimu, celebrated her second birthday.

Currently residing in the US with her mother and siblings, the young girl received heartfelt wishes from her father, Samidoh, who expressed his enduring love for her through a video shared on her TikTok account.

Edday, on the other hand, took to social media to describe her daughter as a precious gift, expressing gratitude for the blessing of having her in their lives.

“On this day 2 years ago, God blessed us with a sweet little princess @nimu_muchoki. You are the most precious gift that God gave us. As I celebrate your Birthday, I pray that God will bless you with good health, protect you from the evil one, and may you forever shine and sparkle like a star.”

Edday also extended her appreciation to online well-wishers and friends who joined in celebrating her daughter’s special day, expressing gratitude for the love showered upon Baby Nimu.

“Thank you so much to my online family for showering my baby with love on her birthday. To my family and friends who came to celebrate with us, I’m forever grateful. It was such an awesome party. Have a fruitful week ahead!”

Baby Nimu’s name is a tribute to Samidoh’s late mother.

Why supporters believe Edday Nderitu and Samidoh are back together

Kenyans strongly believe that Mugithi singer Samidoh Muchoki and his first wife Edday Nderitu have reconciled. Yes, you read that correctly.

The singer is currently enjoying his time in the United States and doesn’t show any inclination to return to Kenya anytime soon.

The father of five recently shared a video of himself driving a car, dressed warmly for the cold weather.

Keen-eyed fans quickly noticed that the white marvin he was wearing closely resembled the one his estranged wife, Edday, had worn a few days earlier.

@edday27

Additionally, they pointed out that the car Samidoh was driving appeared to be almost identical to the one featured in a video by Edday earlier.

Fans inevitably went into a frenzy in the comments section, speculating that the famous ex-couple had reunited.

Eddy Nderitu Fans kofia ya wife 😂

ann 🇰🇪 this y i love edday everything is private 🥰🥰🥰

neima Suleiman aki samidoh stay with your family please

carolyn sean💞 samidoh is the driver🥰

Eddy Nderitu Fan God is in this story

Why Edday Nderitu is unable to accept endorsement contracts

Edday Nderitu, the former spouse of the Mugithi singer Samuel Muchoki, popularly known as Samidoh, boasts a significant social media following.

A check by Nairobi News reveals that she has amassed over 431K followers on Facebook, 154K on Instagram, and 233K on TikTok, where she has garnered over 3.8 million likes.

With this substantial following, Edday has recently been sharing advertisements prominently featuring land and real estate investments on her social media platforms.

A reliable source close to Edday confirmed to Nairobi News that she has indeed entered into promotional deals with some companies in Kenya.

“She is trying; there are several companies that approached her to promote their products,” the source, who requested anonymity, said, although she did not disclose the specific companies.

Despite actively engaging in marketing, the nature of her job in the United States (US) does not permit her, the informant mentioned.

Since moving to the United States in May 2023, Edday has secured employment, where she is raising her three children fathered by Samidoh.

“For the last year, she has been building herself. She works the entire week, except for the weekends,” the informant noted.

The source revealed that she is actively pursuing permanent relocation to the US, having already secured a fully furnished permanent residence.

“She is servicing a mortgage; she did not settle in a rental house. In fact, her house is fully furnished,” the credible source said.

Edday and Samidoh separated following his affair with nominated Senator Karen Nyamu. The Kikuyu musician has fathered two children with the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party-nominated Senator, a move that did not sit well with Edday.

After Samido arrives in the US, Edday Nderitu talks of sharing him with Nyamu

Mugithi singer Samidoh’s estranged wife, Edday Nderitu, responded after being questioned by a fan about sharing the singer with Senator Karen Nyamu in a polygamous setting.

A curious fan wanted to find out if the mother of three is considering a reunion with Samidoh after he landed in the US to check on his kids.

“Hope you stick to your mentor’s words ‘No sharing’ but there is co-parenting,’ the curious fan posed.

In a quick rejoinder, Edday made it clear that she is still open to the idea of sharing a man with someone else.

“I stick to my word, sharing that will never happen,” Edday Nderitu clarified.

On the other hand, Nyamu is still open to the idea of being in a polygamous marriage.

Fans also reached out to her, asking if she is ready to see Samidoh reunite with Edday Nderitu.

“He is there as we speak to see his babies. Edday pia akirudi kwa mix timeshare miaka mingi sana peacefully she will never be an issue,” Karen Nyamu said.

Moreover, she clarified that she would not join Samidoh and his other family in the United States, as it would complicate matters, contrary to their desires.

On Monday morning, it was disclosed that Samidoh is presently in Boston, USA, where he has had the opportunity to reunite with his children after an extended period.

The exact arrival date of the skilled Kikuyu musician in the Western country remains unclear, but his daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, shared the news of their reunion.

Interestingly, Samidoh and Edday left fans puzzled after both shared videos grooving to Kuruga wa Wanjiku’s Kau Kanua. The song primarily addresses someone with a big mouth.

About a week ago, Samidoh initially posted the video, followed by the mother of three sharing a video lip-syncing to the same song.

Who could the videos be directed at or was it simply following the TikTok trend since the song is currently popular? Bernice Saroni, aka Mama Boyz, also posted a video dancing to the song.

Karen Nyamu responds to fan asking what she’ll do if Samidoh reconciles with Edday

On Monday morning, Samidoh’s eldest daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, confirmed that the renowned Mugithi artist is currently in the United States with them.

Shirleen validated Senator Karen Nyamu’s earlier disclosure, who had shared the news of Samidoh’s visit over the weekend in one of her posts.

Responding to a fan’s inquiry in one of her recent Facebook posts, the nominated senator confirmed that Samidoh traveled to the United States to spend time with his children.

She also emphasized that there would be no complications if the Mugithi artist decided to mend things with his first wife, Edday Nderitu.

“He (Samidoh) is there as we speak to see the children. Even if Edday comes back to the mix, we’ve shared many peaceful years, and she will never be an issue,” Karen Nyamu stated on Friday.

Moreover, she clarified that she would not join Samidoh and his other family in the United States, as it would complicate matters, contrary to their desires.

On Monday morning, it was disclosed that Samidoh is presently in Boston, USA, where he has had the opportunity to reunite with his children after an extended period.

The exact arrival date of the skilled Kikuyu musician in the Western country remains unclear, but his daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, shared the news of their reunion.

Interestingly, Samidoh and Edday left fans puzzled after both shared videos grooving to Kuruga wa Wanjiku’s Kau Kanua. The song primarily addresses someone with a big mouth.

Samidoh is overjoyed to finally meet his first-born daughter with Edday Nderitu

Musician Samidoh Muchoki has experienced a heartwarming reunion with his children from his estranged wife, Edday Nderitu, in Boston, USA.

The touching moment was beautifully captured by his elder daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, who shared heartening photos of the reunion.

Expressing her joy, Shirleen wrote, “Wow, what a beautiful day. My Daddy is finally here; we missed you Daddy. Welcome to Boston 🥰.”

In April 2023, Edday relocated to the US with the children, and they began their schooling there later in the year.

Edday Nderitu shares lessons learnt from the lows of 2023 in reflective post

The Mugithi singer Samidoh’s wife, Edday Nderitu, has provided a 2023 summary.

She gave thanks to God for his favor during the just concluded year.

“Looking back at 2023, it was a year of ups and downs, but one thing remained constant: the grace of God guiding my path of life (Psalms 16:11).

I discovered the importance of self-love and the beauty it brings.

Now, as 2024 unfolds, my heart is filled with gratitude, I am grateful for the lessons learned and eager to experience personal growth, seek knowledge, and nourish my soul with happiness. Get ready, because greatness. John 1:16 AMP. For out of His fullness, we have all received grace upon grace [spiritual blessing upon spiritual blessing], favour upon favour, and gift heaped upon gift.

Holiday Photos Reveal Samidoh Invited Karen Nyamu To His and Edday’s Matrimonial Home

A recent video posted by Kenyan nominated senator Karen Nyamu of her Christmas celebration with musician Samidoh at his Nyandarua home has ignited a heated online debate about their relationship and cultural implications.

Sharing the Holidays:

The video depicts a seemingly joyful scene of the couple enjoying a bonfire feast with their children and some of Samidoh’s family, surrounded by a festive atmosphere. The camera even captures Samidoh attending to his poultry while Karen films, adding a touch of domesticity.

Mixed Reactions:

However, the online response has been far from unified. Some viewers criticized Karen for visiting a house previously occupied by Samidoh’s first wife, Edday Nderitu, suggesting it showed disrespect. Others questioned the propriety of Karen living in Edday’s marital home, suggesting Samidoh should build a separate residence for his new partner.

Cultural Discussion:

Achieng’ Odinga’s comment highlights the cultural perspective, arguing that in Kikuyu tradition, polygamy demands separate houses for each wife. Others, like Ruth Anderson, question the nature of Samidoh’s previous marriage, potentially offering alternative viewpoints on cultural expectations.

Personal Opinions:

Flo Mutea and Martha Daniels represent individual perspectives, with the former stating another woman’s house would be unacceptable, while the latter considers a hypothetical scenario where Edday condones Samidoh moving on.

Edday’s Response:

Adding fuel to the fire, Edday herself commented, expressing her disappointment with Samidoh’s perceived disrespect towards their children. This personal response adds another layer of complexity to the online debate.

Samidoh cites Edday and Karen Nyamu as his pillars of strength

Musician Samuel Muchoki, known to fans as Samidoh, celebrated a momentous occasion with the official launch of his foundation. The star-studded event, packed with political figures, influencers, and top celebrities, served as a powerful testament to the impact Samidoh has woven not only in the music industry but also in the hearts of many.

In a heartfelt speech, Samidoh’s emotions ran deep as he acknowledged the pillars of strength in his life – his children and their mothers, Edday Nderitu and Senator Karen Nyamu.

“My late mom’s wise words still echo in my ears,” he shared, his voice thick with emotion. Amidst cheers, he continued, “To my children, whom I love so dearly, you are the radiant light that illuminates my darkest nights. Your mothers, for bearing all of you, are my rocks.”

He then expressed his profound gratitude to Benga artist Kamande wa Kioi, referring to him as his “dad in music.” Samidoh highlighted the invaluable mentorship he received from Kioi, acknowledging its lasting impact on his musical journey.

Looking back, Samidoh revealed the heartwarming origin of his foundation. Three years ago, a realization dawned on him – music held the power to be a beacon of hope, a tool to uplift and give back to society. This revelation planted the seed for what has now blossomed into a promising foundation.

Samidoh’s launch was more than just a grand celebration; it was a poignant moment of reflection and appreciation. He stood tall, surrounded by his loved ones and supporters, a testament to the man behind the music – a man who not only inspires with his melodies but also touches lives with his genuine heart.

Karen Nyamu fires back at Samidoh’s wife for saying she’d be dead if she were still in Kenya

Senator Karen Nyamu is criticising her baby daddy’s divorced wife for suggesting that she was in danger while in his care.
Oddly enough, a TikTok video was the catalyst for the whole thing.
Edday Nderitu, the estranged wife of Samidoh, expressed her gratitude to her friend Bernice Saroni for helping her move to America, saying that if Saroni hadn’t assisted her, she would have died and her firstborn daughter would have been in rehab.

May God bless you gal, whatever you did to me and my kids it’s something I can’t even explain. My daughter angekua rehab mimi nikiwa 6ft under,

Bernice was defending herself in the video against those who were criticising her for encouraging Edday to dissolve their marriage.
After that, Karen refutes Edday’s assertions by pointing out how tidy she seemed when she was still in Kenya and residing with her three children’s father.
This comes after one of the netizens saw Edday’s tweet and questioned Karen Nyamu about if she felt any regret at all.
In response, Karen mentioned how Edday seemed well-groomed, intelligent, and well-fed while residing with her, along with a well-known Kenyan proverb that is used to expose dishonest people.

“Na vile alikua amejinonea akiwa kwake alikua kapum pum smart na tumakai akismile tu macho inafungika. Watu si wajinga buana.”

Edday Nderitu Claims Her Life Would Be In Jeopardy If She Stayed In Kenya

Samidoh’s estranged wife, Edith Nderitu, also known as Edday, has expressed her heartfelt gratitude to Bernice Saroni for her unwavering support, particularly in facilitating her move to the United States with her three children. Edday’s decision to relocate sparked criticism from some, who accused Bernice of interfering in her marriage to Samidoh.

TikTok user Charity K, responding to a video of Bernice discussing her approach to maintaining privacy in her relationship, commented, “Yes, and I’m very proud of myself,” Bernice Saroni retorted.

Unfazed by the criticism, Bernice Saroni decided to address the naysayers directly, including Charity K, in a dedicated video. The mother of four boys emphasized her pride in assisting Edday and her children in their relocation to the US.

Bernice further revealed that Edday is significantly happier and at peace since making the move, highlighting the positive impact of the relocation.

Side chick yani si hii kitu imewauma na hamtoshekangi. Actually I am super super proud of myself what I did for her. Bringing her to the US, wee unafikiria kukuja US ni rahisi? Na kukuja mbaka na watoi! I am super proud of myself. And let me tell you one thing, today being Thanksgiving one thing that I am grateful to God for is for Edith being in the US. Hamuoni venye anaglow? Huoni venye watoto wake glow mhh? Ama kama hujamuona of late ebu enda kwa page yake umuangalie vile anakaa vizuri, anakaa tu doh. She is blessed, she is happy, she is at peace then ufikirie ati ntafeel vibaya? Aiii, ati ju mimi ni single mom sasa munanijudge ati nilimtoa kwa boma yake? Let me tell you wewe what do you do your family? Do you support your family or you kill them with your word? Actually wewe unakaa tu watu wa kusengenya familia yako let me tell you as we spread love,” Bernice Saroni said in the TikTok video.

Edday Nderitu Advises Daughter Against Men’s Sweet Talk Using Viral Song

In a heartwarming display of maternal guidance, Edday Nderitu took to TikTok to share an important message with her teenage daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, using the lyrics of the popular song “Men Can Lie” by Vic West, Brandy Maina, Teslah, and Ssaru.

Nderitu posted a video capturing herself singing the cautionary lyrics as Shirleen listened attentively. The mother of three explained that she was using the song’s message to advise her daughter about the deceptive tactics men often employ to lure unsuspecting individuals.

“Akikuita my dear, akupe ma beer, it’s a lie. Come here unamhurumia, is a lie. Tell my dear naunamskia, is a lie. Tell me yeah, aki men can lie,” Nderitu sang, emphasizing the song’s message of male deception.

Nderitu’s decision to use a trending song to impart life lessons to her daughter reflects her understanding of the power of music to influence and resonate with young people. She believes that the catchy tune and relatable lyrics of “Men Can Lie” can effectively convey the importance of caution and discernment in relationships.

In the accompanying caption, Nderitu expressed her unwavering support for her daughter, writing,

“Advising my daughter hapa todu! men can lie I say @Shirley #nothingbutprayers #powerofprayers.”

Her actions highlight the crucial role of parental guidance in shaping the perspectives and decisions of young adults. Her willingness to address sensitive topics in a relatable and engaging manner demonstrates her commitment to fostering open and honest communication with her daughter.

In early May 2023, Nderitu and her three children relocated to the United States, seeking a fresh start and a healthier environment for their family. This decision stemmed from her conscious choice to remove herself and her children from a toxic environment, particularly one where her teenage daughter was subjected to unacceptable behavior.

Nderitu’s actions reflect her unwavering dedication to protecting and nurturing her children, prioritizing their well-being above all else. She has made it clear that she is not defined by her past relationship and has chosen to move forward with her children, providing them with a stable and supportive foundation for their future growth and happiness.

Karen Nyamu says Edday Nderitu was around when she was giving birth to Samidoh’s children

The nominee for senator, Karen Nyamu, answered a fan’s question after referring to Mugithi kingpin Samuel Muchoki, often known as Samidoh, as her lover rather than her spouse.

In a social media post, Nyamu informed her followers that, in spite of their earlier warnings, things had begun to thicken in her romantic life.

“I have asked my boyfriend why he is taking so long to reply and he has told me that he is a stammerer.” The post ignited some discussion with one of her fans asking, “How is he not your husband yet she left him for you?”

To which Karen Nyamu responded saying,

“Stop rushing me.”

Another fan responded saying,

“Wait until he gets the real one back, you will be seeing us and moving in a different direction,”

Karen Nyamu fired back,

“Even when we were giving birth she was there. Let her come back so we continue from where we had left off.”

Edday Nderitu Shares Lovely Clip, Showcases New Car After Landing A Job In The US

Edday Nderitu, the estranged wife of musician Samidoh Muchoki, has shared a lovely clip on social media, showcasing her new hairdo, glowing skin, and perfect makeup. She also sang along to a gospel song in the video.

Netizens have been excited to see Edday back on social media, as her last TikTok post was in early September. The mother of three has become one of Kenya’s most loved personalities, with some of her videos hitting nearly 1 million views.

In the new clip, Edday also showcased the interior of her lovely car, while sitting in the driver’s seat. According to Nairobi News Nation, Edday has secured a job in the US and is providing for her kids.

A source told the publication:

“Edday is doing well. In fact, she is already working. She moved into her own house… That is her house, and the children are in school. I have shed tears of joy seeing her back on her feet. Edday is driving in a foreign land. She is paying her car loan, mortgage for her new house, and feeding her children… Her children are even covered by health insurance.”

Edday’s new clip is a testament to her strength and resilience. She has overcome a lot in recent months, but she is now thriving and providing for her family. We are so happy for her!

Karen Nyamu determined to reunite with Edday Nderitu in Samidoh’s polygamous marriage

Sen. Karen Nyamu, who has been nominated, has spoken out about her desire for a polygamous relationship with musician Samidoh. She is confident that Edday Nderitu, who is married to Samidoh, will return and consent to sharing her husband.

Nyamu, a mother of three, said her top priorities include making sure that everyone involved ultimately gains from the arrangement and that the kids have a dad who is present and attentive.
She acknowledged the continuous discussion about her predicament that has drawn attention from the general public, but she highlighted that problems of the heart are not things that can be simply managed or controlled.

“It’s not like that. Matters of the heart cannot be planned. I have tried so many times, and you have seen. I tried leaving but failed. What will I do, and there are kids involved? My prayer is that things work out, but I have not lost hope.”

 She continued by highlighting the legitimacy of polygamy in Kenya and pointing out that it attempts to give every child a father and every woman a spouse.

” It’s not a question of wewe ondoka, huyu ingia. Apana. Sio rahisi, it’s not an easy situation.”

Nyamu emphasized that the situation is complex and emotionally charged, calling attention to the fact that it is not as straightforward as one person leaving and another entering the partnership.

“It’s not easy. It’s a sensitive situation, and maybe I did not handle it well. There are arguments even for other couples, but ours became public. It is because it is being handled in private, but ours was splashed to the public.”

Nyamu emphasized the need of having the correct intentions and a sincere heart, expressing her everlasting conviction that the polygamous marriage will eventually succeed in spite of the difficulties.

“I have faith, even if it takes a year, it will work. Because the heart and intention are in the right place,”

Edday, Samidoh’s wife, had already said that she was not prepared to raise her kids in a polygamous marriage.

Edday Nderitu Claims Her Children Are Glowing After Relocating To The US

Edday Nderitu, the estranged wife of Mugithi star Samidoh Muchoki, has shared a lovely photo of her family, showing their amazing transformation since relocating to the US.

Edday posed for a photo with her three kids, Shirleen, Michael, and Nimo, in front of a huge building while the sun shined on their faces. She captioned the photo, “Kuna vile jua ya hapa inachoma differently (The sun here shines differently).”

Fans noted that Edday and her children were glowing since moving to the US, and praised her for being a great mother.
The photo has sparked speculation that Edday and her children are now permanent residents of the US, but she has not confirmed this. However, it is clear that they are enjoying their new life in their new home.

Samidoh and Edday Nderitu.
Not so long ago, after moving to the US, Edday left fans mesmerised after stepping out wearing cute hotpants. She shared photos in the backyard of her BFF Bernice Saroni’s home, chilling with her children. In the snaps, Edday and her kids looked happy as they basked in the sun.

Edday Nderitu reveals her interesting role model

Edday Nderitu, the ex-wife of Mugithi singer Samidoh, has revealed that her role model is Lucy Kibaki, the former First Lady of Kenya.

Edday made the revelation in a TikTok video, in which she said that she was not going to drink that day, but that she missed her role model. She then proceeded to sip her beverage.

Edday’s fans were amused by the revelation, and many tried to decipher why she would choose Lucy Kibaki as her role model.

Some fans speculated that Edday admired Lucy Kibaki’s strength and grace. Others said that they could relate to Edday’s feelings of loss, as Lucy Kibaki passed away in 2016.

Whatever the reason, Edday’s revelation has sparked a conversation about the role of women in Kenya. It is clear that Edday admires Lucy Kibaki, and she is not afraid to show it.

Here are some possible reasons why Edday Nderitu admires Lucy Kibaki:

  • Lucy Kibaki was a strong and independent woman. She was not afraid to speak her mind, and she was always willing to fight for what she believed in.
  • Lucy Kibaki was a role model for many women in Kenya. She showed that women could be successful in both their personal and professional lives.
  • Lucy Kibaki was a kind and compassionate woman. She was always willing to help others, and she was a great supporter of charitable causes.
@edday27

#eddaynderitu #fyp #nothingbutprayers #powerofprayer

♬ story of my life slowed – oliviaa🌷

 

Revealed: Edday Nderitu seeking full asylum in America

Edday Nderitu, the ex-wife of Mugithi maestro Samidoh, is adjusting to her new life in the United States after divorcing him due to his infidelity.

She has been in the US for four months, initially for a tour, but it has now become clear that she will not be returning to Kenya.

She has settled in Lowell, Boston, and has secured a job, moved into her own house, and even obtained a car.

She has also enrolled her children in the US education system and is determined to embrace her new life and leave the past behind.

A source close to the family says that Edday may have applied for asylum in the US, as she may fear persecution or harm if she returns to Kenya.

The source also says that Edday is very hardworking and has been leaving work at 1 am. She has hired a caregiver for her children so that she can focus on her new life.

Edday’s decision to divorce Samidoh was a difficult one, but she is determined to move on and create a better life for herself and her children.

Edday gets amazing job in US, moves to new house

It has been four months since Edday Nderitu, the estranged wife of Mugithi sensation Samuel Muchoki, widely known as Samidoh, left Kenya for the United States.

In that time, she has found her footing in her new country, securing a job and a place to live. She is also taking care of her three children, who are now enrolled in school.

A source close to the family told Nairobi News that Edday is doing well and is “thriving” in her new life.

“She is doing well. In fact, she is already working. She moved into her own house… That is her house, and the children are in school,” the source said.

The source added that Edday has received a lot of support from her friends and family, both in Kenya and in the US.

“I have shed tears of joy seeing her back on her feet. Edday is driving in a foreign land. She is paying her car loan, mortgage for her new house, and feeding her children… Her children are even covered by health insurance,” the source said.

Edday’s journey to empowerment in her newfound life in the US is a testament to her strength and resilience. She has overcome a lot in the past few months, but she has come out stronger on the other side.

She is an inspiration to many women who are going through similar situations. Her story shows that it is possible to start over and build a new life, even after a difficult divorce.

Edday’s social media post with the Bible verse “I will restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten” is a reflection of her hope and determination for the future. She is determined to rebuild her life and create a better future for herself and her children.

It is clear that Edday is on the right track. She is working hard and taking care of her family. She is also receiving the support she needs from her loved ones. With her strength and determination, she is sure to succeed in her new life in the US.

 

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Huyu hauwezi jenga na yeye! – Samidoh highlights the type of woman to avoid

Mugiithii singer Samidoh has shared a video on social media about the choices men need to make for a better home. The video, which was originally posted by someone else, says that “you can never build a kingdom with a queen who is still thirsty for attention from the village.”

Samidoh’s message comes just days after his baby mama, Senator Karen Nyamu, said she was praying for Samidoh’s first wife and their children to be reunited with the singer. Nyamu said that she was “asking God to handle that situation” and that she was “crying from my heart.” She added that she hoped things would work out for both families.

Samidoh has not commented on Nyamu’s statement, but his video has been interpreted by some as a response to her. The video has also sparked a debate on social media about the role of women in relationships and the importance of fidelity.

Some people have praised Samidoh for his message, while others have criticized him for blaming the woman in the video for the breakdown of the relationship. Still others have said that the video is simply a reflection of the patriarchal values that are still prevalent in Kenyan society.

The debate over Samidoh’s video is likely to continue, but it is clear that it has touched a nerve. The issue of infidelity is a sensitive one, and many people are passionate about their views on the matter. It is important to remember that everyone’s situation is different, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. If you are struggling with infidelity in your relationship, it is important to seek professional help.

Samidoh in-laws clash with Karen Nyamu

Samidoh’s children with his ex-wife Edday Nderitu officially started school in the United States on Friday, September 1st. The announcement was made by Samidoh’s cousin Bernice Saroni, who lives in the US and is also Samidoh’s American promoter.

Bernice shared a video on social media of the children getting ready for school in the morning. She showed her son and Samidoh’s son Michael carrying backpacks and asked them to tuck in their shirts. Samidoh’s daughter Shirleen has joined eighth grade, while Michael has joined second grade.

Shirleen and Michael promised to do their best in their studies. Bernice encouraged Shirleen to graduate with honors. Kenyans were touched by the video, which showed Samidoh’s children happy and thriving.

Many Kenyans also praised Bernice for helping Edday and her children. However, Karen Nyamu, a Kenyan politician, had some negative comments about the video, which Bernice did not take kindly to.

“Amelea hao watoto singlehandedly for years mnawapa chakula ya tumbo mwezi moja na shule ya bure mnasumbua kila mtu huku.”

Despite the controversy, Bernice’s video has been a heartwarming moment for many Kenyans. It is clear that Samidoh’s children are in good hands and that they are excited to start their new chapter in the US.

“Ati bure…Laughing emoji America system is what people are paying millions in Kenya to enroll their kids probably hata ndio salary yake, imagine kuipata bure am i privileged or should i call myself Blessed. It’s a dream to many parents free or not education is the key. Bipolar is real.”

Karen Nyamu begs Edday to forgive Samidoh and come back home

Sen. Karen Nyamu, the nominee, and Mugiithi artist Samidoh’s love story recently took on an intriguing new turn as Nyamu candidly discussed their relationship’s difficulties during a late-night live session on Thursday, August 31.

Nyamu, who has two children with Samidoh, alluded to a complicated situation involving her co-wife, Edday Nderitu, and suggested that their romantic relationship may encounter difficulties.

Karen Nyamu discussed the complexity of her relationship with Samidoh and her current emotions during a touching live social media session.

She admitted that despite her faith in a higher force, she still doesn’t feel at peace with her circumstances.

There was a certain way I prayed, asking God to give me children. Their dad loves them and has other children he loves so much. He has another woman he loves so much. I was telling God to handle that situation, and maybe the other woman (Edday) was also praying and crying from her heart,”

Edday Nderitu, Samidoh’s wife and mother of his three children, has exhibited warning signals that she might not come back, according to Nyamu.

In April, Edday Nderitu moved to the United States with her three kids.

Since then, Edday’s kids have started attending school in the US, where they live with Bernice Saroni, Samidoh’s cousin.

Nyamu stated her desire for a solution that would be advantageous to all parties.

“We have not given up on the other side (Edday), and we are hoping things will work out on the other side since there is no joy. As much as I am happy that my children have their dad, I am with the man I love, which is not very good as it would be if the other side (Edday) was also there. We are all believers, and we know our situations are in safe hands.”

Nyamu maintained her perspective while responding to fans’ comments during the Live session. She merely said, “It is God,” in response to an admirer who said that the man had been left for her.

Nyamu said, “Yes, those are our kids who joined the school in the US, in response to another comment noting that Edday had left and that her kids were now in school. How’s yours doing?

Nyamu recognized the misunderstandings about her relationship with Samidoh.

“I am the most misunderstood woman in Kenya, not that I want you to stand understanding me. This is very okay. I am very real to myself, my God, and the people who matter most.”

Edday Nderitu’s children start school in the US after she left Samidoh

Edday Nderitu, the wife of Mugithi artist Samidoh, has taken another significant step following her two children’s enrollment into US schools.

Her cousin, Bernice Saroni, shared a video on social media showing the children in matching green t-shirts and khaki trousers as they excitedly picked up their school bags.

Bernice expressed her hopes for their educational journey, encouraging them to excel in their studies.

The eldest child, Shirleen, is starting Grade 8, while her younger brother, Michael, is starting Grade 2.

Bernice’s supporters praised her for her nurturing role in the children’s lives and her commitment to their education.

One fan said, “Team Edday, gather here and let us thank God. Bernice, you are a blessing.”

Another fan said, “Aunty Bernice, I applaud you. May God continue to expand your horizons. I am so excited to hear about the Muchoki’s first day.”

Another fan said, “It is now clear that Edday is not returning. More peace, growth, and happiness.”

The children’s start to school is a new chapter in their lives, and it is clear that they have a lot of support from their family and friends. I wish them all the best in their studies.