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Video;King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti,stunts fans after speaking Kamba fluently

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King Kaka and family

King Kaka’s wife nana Owiti, has taken the internet by storm after sharing a video of herself reminiscing her good old days in her native village in Ukambani.

The rapper’s wife recently traveled to her rural home in Ukambani and captured a  moment while walking to a serene dam with her relatives. Nana did the unexpected and wowed her fans as she fluently interchanged her local Kamba dialect with Swahili as seen in the Instagram video.

Shocking her fans who thought she was clueless about her mother-tongue, the mother of two started conversing with her partners in Kamba and remained nostalgic about their good old days in the village.

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A big number of netizens were shocked to see Nana touring and flaunting her village something which Kenyan celebrities rarely do. The lengthy video wowed her thousands of viewers who praised her for embracing her Kamba roots deeply unlike other public figures.

Nana is of Kamba and Luo descent and is married to Kaka, a Luo. Together they have two babies and have been serving couple goals online.

Speaking during an interview, Nana once shared her struggles growing up as a village girl and even disclosed the hardship she faced as a young girl back in the day.

My face tells the story of a difficult upbringing. My eyes speak the language of sadness, of a girl who is holding on to life by a thread. My eyes are puffy, significant of the little hours of sleep I would get every day either because it was too cold, too hot, or because I had slept hungry. I would get lost in a world of thoughts wondering if we would ever break away from this cycle of poverty and become successful people one day,narrated Owiti.

The mother of two disclosed that her family depended on donor funding from a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) even though they were still shortchanged.

They would take pictures of poor families to evoke sympathy from donors who would in turn donate money and material things to support this cause”. I later on discovered that some of the items that were sent by the donors were never cascaded to us,wrote Ms Owiti.

 

 

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