Veteran Kenyan artiste David Mathenge, popularly known by his stage name as Nameless, is one of the most celebrated musicians in the local music scene.
Nameless has been around for more than a decade and is still going strong, but away from the music and fame, the Megarider hitmaker is a man dedicated to his family.
The talented singer is husband to fellow singer Wahu Kagwi, the mother of their two adorable daughters, Tumiso and Nyakio Mathenge.
The celebrity couple has been able to keep their marriage going despite being in the limelight, and on 10th September 2017, they will be celebrating their 12th wedding anniversary.
Nameless and Wahu are proud parents to their lovely daughters. Tumiso will be turning 11 years in August and in the same month, the little one in the family, Nyakio will be turning 4 years.
In a recent interview that we conducted with the singer, he revealed that one of the things that he hates about his wife is how she takes longer to prepare and leave the house when they are going out, saying that he has to lie about the event time so that they don’t get late.
When asked if he wants to add another kid to the family, he said that it’s the topic of discussion between them, revealing that he really needs a son and would really love to have one.
“I love my girls, lakini, I need a boy in that house. I want another one as long as kuna guarantee,” said an excited Nameless.
On how he has managed to keep his private life off the public radar, Nameless said that he had tried to balance the positive and the negative sides of being a public figure, adding that when there’s an issue out there, they deal with it by talking about it.
Nameless also talked about the secret to his long-lasting message with Wahu, confession that it’s not been easy, but the fact that they met when they were still young in the music industry and have grown up together has helped them respect each other.
Listen to the audio below to get all the juicy interview as Nameless opens up about his life, family, publicity, and his yearning for a son in his life.