. How She Threatened To Mobilse Women To Undress In Protest
Some men are meant to be shared, not for just one woman.
As controversial as it sounds, it is coming from a woman too who was sharing her perspective on the controversial issue of polygamy.
The woman, nominated Senator Karen Nyamu, Kenya, made her opinion known while interacting with bloggers, according to a report from the Nairobi News.
“Why monopolise a good man all to yourself? Some men are meant to be shared, and for that reason, I strongly advocate for polygamy.”
Addressing her relationship with Mugiithi artist Samidoh, Karen acknowledged that their journey has faced challenges, with instances of unfollowing each other online.
“We’ve unfollowed each other multiple times, but that doesn’t hold significant weight for us,” she shared during the interview.
Karen Nyamu took a leading role in mobilizing members of parliament to contribute funds for Samidoh, during the launch of his foundation at the Parklands Sports Club.
In her speech, she spoke about Samidoh’s commitment to charitable causes, emphasizing that the funds raised would be directed toward a commendable purpose.
“I am a witness of the passion he has of giving and normally he does not even shout. I am surprised he has videos of him giving. He is a giver and he can give and be left without anything. Your contribution will go to a good course. We invited many in our senate and some of them have sent me, the speaker has sent me and others.”
In October, Karen defended her relationship with renowned Mugiithi artiste, Samidoh, despite its sparked controversy.
The couple, who share two children together, has been the subject of intense public scrutiny especially after his wife left with their three children to live in the US..
Some Men Are Meant To Be Shared, Not For Just One Woman statement is not the only one of its nature that has drawn attention to the lady.
Last October, she threatened to lead Nairobi County women to undress in the fight for the rights and recognition of people living in the city’s slums.
The threat was part of her effort to ensure more democracy dividends for the country.
“We have been crying as Nairobi for these slum dwellers and we have been ignored over the years and are going to result even to unorthodox means,” she stated.
“As Nairobi women in Laini Saba, Kiboro, Mji wa Huruma…we’re going to undress in this town if that is what it takes to be heard so that we get the attention of these policymakers and this House and the legislators.
“Nairobi is not a rich county; just because we are the seat of government and we have rich estates does not mean we are rich.”