King Kaka’s wife Nana Awiti asks women to ‘drop ego’ and let men lead the family
Influencer Nani Owiti who is married to rapper King Kaka says there is no formula to a successful marriage other than a woman being submissive.
To Nana, as she is commonly referred to in entertainment circles, a successful marriage is a combination of many things that builds up to its fruitfulness.
“Every marriage is different, I wouldn’t say what works for me might work for you. At the end of the day its communication and it’s not just communication but comprehension. When you communicate to your partner, do they comprehend, understand what you are saying? I feel a lot of relationships break because there is no (proper) communication, a lot of ego battles, chest thumbing which at the end of the day reaches elastic limits.” she explained.
But that’s not all.
The mother of two also says couples need to understand that marriage is a partnership.
“In marriage it’s also a partnership, people should be honest when it comes to finances. People need to help each other in marriage, a man shouldn’t be the sole provider doing everything. And when a woman provides, she shouldn’t grow an ego because at the end of the day a man will always be the head of the home and a woman the neck and as you know the head can’t function without then neck. You as a woman will still have to respect your man to make it work,”
Nana and King Kaka having been married for the last 12 years. The rapper has always heaped praises on his wife for standing with him even when he cheated on her with musician Sage Chemutai with whom he shares a daughter.
Nana and Sage gave birth almost the same time and that when the former realized the rapper had been cheating on her.
Nana later dumped King Kaka after the fiasco for seven months before they got back together.
In a past interview Nana stated that the only reason he agreed to get back with the rapper was after he apologized for his action.
“The only reason I stayed after what he did is because of what transpired. He said sorry we are all at fault. We all have baggage which vary from one person to another, his mistake was cheating on me. I had my faults too,”