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Saumu Mbuvi: It’ll take God’s intervention for me to love again

By Kevin Koech, K24 Digital On Fri, 22 Jul, 2022 12:55 | 3 mins read

Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s eldest daughter, Saumu Mbuvi is done with dating if a statement on her social media pages is anything to go by.

The sexy lass has had a rollercoaster of romantic moments and after two baby daddies, Saumu has decided to go slow.

Intervention of God

In a statement on her Instagram page, the mother of two noted that she had had enough of relationships until otherwise.

Saumu said that at this point, she will remain single until God shows her the right person to fall in love with.

“I am not dating again until God himself comes sit on my bed and say “my homeboy tryna talk to you,” she said.

Saumu Mbuvi while on holiday PHOTO/@saumumbuvi/Instagram

Saumu Mbuvi and Ben Gatu

In an interview with Massawe Japanni, Saumu opened up on his failed relationship with businessman Ben Gatu, noting that he was violent.

The two schooled together at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) and were close friends before they decided to get into a relationship.

“We started as friends and dated for nine months and we broke up when I was heavily pregnant. He used to beat me and after sharing with friends I went to my dad and told him ‘I couldn’t take it more. I know I’ve wronged you,’ and he accepted me back as a father,” Saumu said.

Adding; “I was young and naive. I rushed to get married. I got into a relationship with Gatu after graduating. I wouldn’t advise women to be in a toxic relationship, which will drag you emotionally. Don’t allow violence in a relationship.”

Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s daughter Saumu Mbuvi PHOTO/@saumumbuvi/Instagram

Saumu Mbuvi and Anwar Loitiptip

After her failed relationship with Gatu, the mother of two moved on with businessman and Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip.

Saumu who is suffering from bipolar said her condition got worse when she started the Senator.

“All those years, I have never been serious to an extent of staying in hospital. But when I started dating Anwar, it was tough because I was going through physical and emotional torture. It reached a point I had to speak out and be a voice for many women

“He would come home drunk and start strangling me, telling me he is going to kill me one day. Imagine! For what? There’s a time he said he was going to kill me. My dad took Anwar as a true friend but Anwar betrayed him, but I have beautiful kids to focus on,” Anwar said.

She added that Anwar used and dumped her.

“Sijui alikuwa na intention gani na mimi. Maana yeye alinitongoza kama rafiki, alikuwa anasema Babako ni rafiki yangu. Sikujua intentions zake ni kunitumia na kuniacha,” she said.

Saumu Mbuvi is a mother of three PHOTO/@saumumbuvi/Instagram


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