Singer Samidoh and politician Karen Nyamu’s on-off drama seems not to be ending any time soon.

Samidoh will be sharing his life story on the Churchill Show this Sunday.

In a snippet clip from the show, Samidoh is seen singing one of Kamaru’s song ‘Muhiki Wa Mikosi’.

The song speaks about a man who met a beautiful woman in a club and the woman showed interest in him that he forgot he was supposed to work.

‘I had gone to that club to wait for my car to be repaired so I decided to take a bottle before I go and pick my boss from work. We had a conversation and when I requested to leave, she stood, hugged me and told me that I had to know where she lives,’ the lyrics to the song narrate

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The song also talks about the woman being sent by the devil to destroy his life.

‘How can one identify such a woman when they are in public so we can avoid them.’

Karen recently shared a video of her and Samidoh playfully flirting while spending time together.
She later deleted the video and in a different post, she advised married couples on the importance of good communication in a relationship and treating each other with kindness.

Sharing a quote from a marriage podcast, Nyamu noted that if spouses listen to each other and show kindness and respect, they would resolve any disagreement.

“If both spouses will listen to each other and treat each other with kindness and respect, then nearly every disagreement will get resolved long before it becomes a fight.”

Here is Kamaru’s song;

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