Samidoh should get himself third woman to calm Edday, Stephen Letoo advises
The recently elected Men’s Conference chairman, Stephen Letoo, has waded into the marital woes of Mugithii singer, Samuel Muchoki aka Samidoh, by advising him take a third woman in order to stabilise his marriage.
Mr Letoo, in an exclusive interview with Nairobi News, said the turmoil in Samidoh’s marriage will only be resolved if he goes for a third woman.
“I am very busy man today trying to cool down Karen Nyamu and Samidoh’s issue. I have told Samidoh severally that he needs to marry another woman to calm down Edday,” Letoo said.
Letoo’s sentiments come in the wake of an angry outburst by Samidoh’s wife, Edday Nderitu, who is now threatening to quit the marriage after 15 years.
In a Facebook post, Edday lamented how much she has suffered in the marriage as a result of the singer’s relationship with nominated Senator Karen Nyamu. She went as far as hinting that this could be the end of the road for her and the Mugithii maestro.
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Edday’s angry reaction was triggered by photos that the senator posted capturing her and the Mugithii singer among other guests at the burial of Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua’s sister-in-law.
But according to Letoo, a third woman would neutralise the toxic relationship between Edday and Ms Nyamu. He said if Samidoh heeds his advice, the pressure will ultimately reduce.
“There is a serious competition in Samidoh’s house. It is becoming unhealthy and needs a third party to neutralize it. It is threatening the marriage. The distinguished senator is rubbing it on the first wife’s face, while Edday appears to have her back against the wall. She is now fed up,” Letoo explained.
The Citizen TV journalist went as far as likening Samidoh’s marriage to a car with four wheels which needs a fourth tyre to make it stable while driving.
However, Letoo, who is an advocate of polygamous marriage, is of the opinion that Samidoh enjoys the drama in his marriage.
“Samidoh loves how the two are confronting each other. He is taking it as a sport.”
However, the journalist insists polygamy is founded on tolerance and with the absence of the virtue, polygamous marriages are bound to experience turmoil.
“For us, in a polygamous setup hizi zote ni kelele za chura ambazo hazimkatazi ng’ombe kunywa maji. Ng’ombe wetu Samidoh, wewe endelea kunywa maji, hizo ni kelele za chura, bring the third wife and the family will stabilize,” he said.