Hayawi, hayawi huwa. It is been reported that singer Bernard Paul Mnyang’anga aka Ben Pol has allegedly filed for divorce from his wife Anerlisa Muigai, just 11 months into their marriage.
According to a reliable source who talked to Millard Ayo, Ben Pol has already filed for divorce at a Mwanzo Court in Dar es salaam, but the reason behind his move is yet to be established.
I would like to say that I told you so but I did. I wrote the article below last week foretelling that Anerlisa’s behaviour could be the undoing of her marriage.
Read it below;
Anerlisa Muigai has two ways of dealing with social media.
She will either bombard you with a lot of information or go off it for some time.
The funny thing I noticed is that when she posts a lot, her love life is normally going swimmingly, something I have noticed the last few years.
And it seems that things are not going perfectly for the Keroche Breweries heiress as her Instagram page shows.
Anerlisa has not only deleted her husband’s photos from her page, but she also unfollowed him.
And that wasn’t the worst part! She also edited her name removing his last name from her profile.
Ben himself still has photos of his wife on his Instagram like nothing is amiss.
While this might seem innocuous at first glance, to me it signals a big problem.
Which problem might that be? Mrs. Muigai has never learnt how to deal with issues without going to air them to all and sundry on social media.
Before she got married, Anerlisa’s preferred tool for dealing with her issues was to go online to air out her issues.
At the time it gained a lot of support and notoriety for the light-skinned woman.
It was a heartfelt look behind the veil for Kenyans at one of Kenya’s wealthiest youth, something we gladly imbibed and joyed in.
But while it was great then, I think that same behaviour is not conducive for a successful marriage.
Most successful marriages share one trait-The couple will keep their dirty linen away from the public glare.
What Mrs. Muigai is doing is opening up her husband and marriage to scrutiny and ridicule, something the Bible warns against.
Proverbs 12:4 exhorts, “A wife of noble character is her husband’s crown, but she who causes shame is like decay in his bones.”
Proverbs 14:1, which says, “A wise woman builds her home, but a foolish woman tears it down with her own hands.”
Can Mrs Muigai honestly say that she has honoured her husband and her marriage vows with her actions?
There’s a lot more I can add to this topic but in the interest of brevity, I will leave it at that.