• Stephen Letoo has hinted at why he parted ways with his ex-lover, Winnie Nadupoi.
• Letoo has a child with his baby mama Winnie Nadupoi.
Citizen TV journalist Stephen Letoo has hinted at why he parted ways with his ex-lover, Winnie Nadupoi.
Speaking to Word Is, the father of one alleged that his baby mama was against him marrying many wives.
"She has her other own reasons. It is one of the reasons we parted. She was against it," he said.
Letoo has a child with his baby mama Winnie Nadupoi.
Sources told Word Is the couple split amicably and is now co-parenting.
The couple welcomed their baby in 2019, and that was the first time Letoo introduced Winnie as his bae.
Letoo said he is enjoying co-parenting, although it has its challenges.
"There is a need for some mutual improvements, but so far so good," he said.
Letoo has been very vocal about embracing polygamy.
Asked if it is true he has two wives, Letoo said that is an understatement.
"You will know the number of women I have on Valentine's Day. I might parade them on that day so people can stop speculating," he said.
Letoo also revealed plans to get married this year.
"I want to close my marriage chapter by end of December," he said.
"If I am getting four wives, I will have to close the process."
Letoo is planning for a 2023 Men’s Conference, in which he says the main topic of discussion is mental health.
"Men run news with death, suicide and other negative stories," he said.
"We want to have experts talk to men about some issues like mental health and stress management and family law."
The men’s meeting will be held on February 14, Valentine’s Day, at the Carnivore grounds in Nairobi.
"Other agendas include drug and substance abuse and financial management," he said, adding that men will be educated on why they should stop over-spoiling their women.
"Attendees will pay Sh1,000 bob. Our theme is creating better men. No need of having flowers from men who are not okay."
The Citizen TV senior political affairs journalist says T-shirts and caps for the event are ready.
"After the five-hour session, the men can take their women for dates," he said.
In a number of posts, Letoo has strongly vowed to support the ‘institution’, despite the criticism.
"Remember, if you marry one wife, she will fight with you. If you marry two, they will fight for you. We need polygamy now more than polygamy needs us!" he wrote on January 10."