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King Kaka Marks 11th Anniversary With Sweet Message To Wife

Kenyan rapper Kennedy Ombima famously known as King Kaka marked his 11th anniversary with a sweet message to his wife Nana Owiti on social media.

King Kaka appreciated his wife Nana Owiti for defining what love is and holding him down.

 took to his social media accounts to appreciate his wife and TV host Nana Owiti in a lovely post as they celebrated their 11th anniversary.

“Today marks 11years with this beautiful person of mine. Our anniversary. Thankyou for all the lessons , thanks for holding me down , thanks for creating room for conversations and words can’t describe you . Thanks for defining what love is. We have many more years to come. We keep thanking God for this union. Nakupenda and Asante Best Friend and Wife @nanaowiti Hadi tukunje Mgongo,” reads the post on Instagram.

Nana Owiti who worked on Switch TV apparently juggled her media job and taking care of her husband during the time when he was admitted in hospital.

King Kaka revealed in a post last year how his wife kept on a brave face during the time that he was critically ill after a misdiagnosis.


 “Let me count my blessings.The last 3 months has been nothing short but terrifying , This lady here @nanaowiti has shown and proven what a wife and a best friend is. From kulala kwa couch ya hospitali next to my bed then you wake up shower in the same hospital , go and smile kwa TV like everything is okay to fighting with Nurses on why they are ‘slow’ (Big Up to the Nurses who took care of me , ni vile Nana alikuwa anataka nipone haraka), to praying and encouraging me to eat mkisaidiana na moms, to sponge-bathing me when the temperatures were too high. I am currently walking on that road to recovery but I pray that God guides you and grants you all your hearts’ wishes & Desires. Just leant the new meaning of the word ‘Partner’ in a relationship. Be blessed and Asante Nana.”

She also expressed her love for King Kaka noting how grateful she was that they survived stating that nobody else could put up with his shenanigans.

By Stella Anyango