• Nick Mararo and Kanze Dena exchanged vows at the scenic Sweet Waters Serena Camp inside the Ol Pejeta conservancy in 2019.
• Kanze Dena has a son with Nick Mararo
State House spokesperson Kanze Dena has taken to her socials to wish her husband a happy Father's Day.
Sharing some photos of herself while at a shooting range, Kanze penned,
"Another day on the range in Kamanga trying out guns made in Kenya .... hongera Chalbi Industries. Thanks, Boo..(Big man) for the father covering you have given me and the kids and our family Ephesians 5:23
HAPPY FATHER'S DAY!!#💖💖🥰😍😘"
Kanze and her husband Nick Mararo exchanged vows at the scenic Sweet Waters Serena Camp inside the Ol Pejeta conservancy in 2019.
The event caught even her close friends unawares as she exchanged vows at the venue where phones were not allowed.
The mother of two walked down the aisle in a flowing cream gown into the arms of Mararo, who is the CEO of Mobilesure Kenya.
Apart from his LinkedIn profile - which has very little information, the only other mark Nick has made online are a bunch of tweets that have since been scrapped off the interwebs.
Nick is the CEO of Base Yetu, a social rehabilitation and community youth empowerment program focused on sports activity - mostly pool tables - and the community.
Kanze has a son from a past relationship, he also has a second son with Nick.
Although she flaunts her firstborn son on social media, she has managed to keep her second son off social media.
Speaking to Maisha Magic's Story Yangu segment recently, Kanze disclosed that she got pregnant when she was working as a waitress back in 2015.
"Nilikuwa nachonga viazi vya chips, halafu sasa nikavuka counter kufanya kazi ya waiter," said Dena.
However, her relationship with the man who got her pregnant started deteriorating.
"My relationship with the baby's father also started deteriorating. We were constantly fighting and disagreeing about almost everything. It was a very turbulent period for me."
She then gave birth to a baby girl named Natasha, who she wanted to give out for adoption but her late mother convinced her not to.
The ambitious woman she was, she left the child with her mother to continue with her studies in Nairobi.
"I was allowed to go back to college and sit for my final exams. After the exams, I went to stay with my aunt, while doing some hustle here and there."
Three months later, she got a message that she was needed home urgently. Little did she know that her daughter had passed away.
When she got home, she was welcomed by a large crowd outside her parent's house, leaving her with more questions than answers.
"Nikashangaa ni nini. Hisia zangu zikaniambia nikimbie ndani ya nyumba nione kunaendelea nini."
Upon entering the house, Dena found her baby lying on the bed with a smile on her face "Nilidhani amelala", said the teary Dena.