Akothee’s husband, Denis Schweizer, deletes Instagram amidst separation
Akothee’s spouse, Denis Schweizer, reportedly removed his Instagram profile.
Previously, Denis Schweizer, affectionately named “Omosh” by his Kenyan wife Akothee, had amassed a following of 72.8k on Instagram.
However, his account is no longer accessible.
The status of these accounts remains uncertain, with uncertainty about whether they have been temporarily deactivated or permanently deleted.
This development comes shortly after Akothee revealed that she had been enduring significant private challenges.
Akothee had been managing the Instagram page.
In a past explosive Instagram Live session on Tuesday, August 1, the mother of five called out women who have been showing an undue interest in her husband, Schweizer Omosh, on social media.
“You think I have been dumped to slide in his DM? All those sending him DMs, I am reading them,” she said.
Akothee, who had been going by the name “Mrs Schweizer” on social media following her grand wedding to Swiss national Denis Schweizer, has also deleted the name and reverted to her Akothee Kenya title.
In a recent social media post, Akothee expressed gratitude to those who supported her during a challenging period of her life.
She revealed that she had been healing in private and undergoing therapy for the past two months.
Akothee shared that she had gone through a traumatic experience, which left her shaken and emotionally unstable.
She mentioned that she experienced days without food and sleep and questioned herself while maintaining her public image, family, and business.
“I started by monitoring my behaviors, I realised I was breaking down quite often for no reason, even just a simple interview. I had become emotionally unstable, and I couldn’t put a finger on it. I never knew about emotional abuse until I started therapy,” Akothee revealed.
Akothee thanked her close friends, family, especially her children, and her best friend, Nellyoaks, for being pillars of strength during this time.
She highlighted the importance of monitoring her own behavior and recognizing emotional instability. Akothee also mentioned that she had sought therapy to address her emotional state.
“I have come out of a very dangerous zone and have been healing in private. I am in my second month of therapy. The trauma I went through after finding out the truth and some ugly stuff that left me shaking,” she said.