Karen Nyamu: Samidoh’s wife left him for me, but I am not at peace!
The romantic saga between nominated Senator Karen Nyamu and Mugiithi artiste Samidoh has taken another intriguing twist as Nyamu recently opened up about challenges in their relationship during a candid late-night live session on Thursday, August 31.
Nyamu, who shares two children with Samidoh, hinted at potential trouble in their romantic affair, alluding to a complex situation involving her co-wife, Edday Nderitu.
In the midst of a heartfelt live social media session, Karen Nyamu addressed her current emotions and the complexities of her relationship with Samidoh.
She revealed that while she believes a higher power may answer her prayers, there is an underlying lack of peace in her situation.
“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,” she explained.
Nyamu pointed out that Edday Nderitu, Samidoh’s wife and mother of his three children, has shown signs that she may not return.
Edday Nderitu’s relocation to the United States with her three children in April.
Edday’s children have since joined school in the US, where they reside with Samidoh’s cousin, Bernice Saroni.
Nyamu expressed her hopes for a resolution that benefits all parties involved.
“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.”
Responding to fans’ comments during the Live session, Nyamu remained grounded in her perspective. When a fan commented that the man was left for her, she simply responded, “It is God.”
In the face of another comment pointing out that Edday had moved on and that her children were now in school, Nyamu retorted, “Yes, those are our kids who joined the school in the US. What about yours?”
Nyamu also acknowledged the misconceptions surrounding her love story 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.”