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Jimal’s ex-wife Amira introduces new bae (photo)

Amira has introduced her new boyfriend, an engineer, two years after her divorce from Jimal Roho Safi.

Amira took to her Instagram page to share her New Month’s resolution, stating:

“New day, new month, new goal, new blessings, and new opportunities.”

Amira shows off her new man, Osello Nyalik. PHOTO| COURTESY

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In the accompanying photo, she was seen with her new partner, identified as Osello Nyalik.

Osello, as per his bio, is described as an engineer.

The two have been hinting at a possible romantic relationship with comments on each other’s posts on social media.

Amira and Jamal Roho Safi, officially ended their marriage earlier this year as they aired their relationship struggles on social media, including accusations of cheating and abuse.

They finalized their divorce, with Amira expressing her newfound sense of freedom.

Their relationship took a significant turn when Amber Ray entered the picture, and Jamal moved in with the well-known socialite.

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Amira openly expressed her disapproval of Amber Ray as her co-wife, leading to several social media outbursts.

In March, Amira took to her social media platforms to shed light on the challenges of co-parenting with Jamal.

She emphasized that she did not regret leaving the Matatu CEO, stating that her sole regret was not making the decision sooner.

Furthermore, she expressed deep remorse for choosing Jamal as the father of her children.

According to Amira, her decision to stay in the marriage despite experiencing violence and abuse was solely for the sake of her two children.

Amira had previously asserted that a woman’s single status is a matter of choice, as finding a man is a straightforward endeavor.

In a social media post, the content creator expressed her viewpoint, emphasizing that acquiring a man is a relatively simple task. The real challenge, she believed, lies in finding the right man.

“Women choose to be single. The idea that they can’t find a man is a misconception. Finding a man is quite straightforward…the real difficulty lies in finding the right man. Please, don’t overlook this truth.”

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