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Samidoh hangs out with Zari Hassan after alleged breakup with Karen Nyamu

Mugithi artiste Samidoh Muchoki has had an eventful week, marked by a presidential honor from William Ruto and a surprising encounter with Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan.

The elated singer took to his Instagram page to share his experience after performing at a Women in Business Kenya event on Friday, December 15.

He expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to entertain and interact with accomplished women who were being recognized for their excellence in business.

“This evening, am honored to have had an amazing opportunity perfoming for @womeninbusinesskenya It was great to witness great women being awarded for their excellence in Business and had great interactions. Asanteni sana,” Samidoh captioned his post.

Earlier this week, Samidoh stirred speculation about his relationship status, claiming to be single.

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This revelation comes amid rumors of trouble in his relationship with nominated Senator Karen Nyamu.

In a viral video, Samidoh, who was once open about being polygamous, humorously is heard saying:

“I was a polygamous man but now I am single.”

He referred to his estranged wife Edday Nderitu, and Senator Karen Nyamu, with whom he shares parenting responsibilities for three children.

Addressing questions about the recent presidential award, Samidoh denied any involvement of Senator Karen Nyamu.

Responding to a netizen’s comment suggesting the senator played a role in the recognition, he quipped, “@hellennjokimwangi86 hehe si angetafuta yake kwanza?” dismissing any such influence.

The two, Samidoh and Karen Nyamu, unfollowed each other in November, days before his Foundation launch.

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Speaking about unfollowing Samidoh, Karen Nyamu said, “Well, I mean ni kweli. There is something like that, but unajua saa zile kuna feelings, saa zile kuna watu wanapendana, clash here and there, na ku overreact, na nini hazikosangi.”

Nyamu said that this was not the first, nor the last, time they would have issues with Samidoh, saying that “it means nothing.”

“At the end of the day we’ve been through the worst if you ask me. So I don’t think there is anything we can’t solve.”