Nominated Senator Karen Njeri Nyamu has clarified that she is not discouraged or worried following her partner Samidoh's visit to the United States.
Responding to a social media user under one of her Facebook posts, the mother of three boldly stated that the Mugithi singer visited the Western country to see his children, a situation that does not concern her.
One fan wanted to know if Ms. Nyamu was heartbroken by her partner meeting his ex-wife, Edday Nderitu.
"How does heartbreak affect you in this life?" one fan asked Karen Nyamu.
In her response, the nominated senator expressed surprise at how people expected her to react to Samidoh visiting his other children in the United States.
"Hehehe, visiting children is something that either breaks your heart or makes you happy. Now, I won't be defending myself every time you see me with him, telling me I threw children at him," Nyamu replied.
This comes as the musician continues to enjoy time with his three children and his ex-wife, Edday Nderitu, in the United States.
Edday and her children have been in the U.S. for a few months since she separated from the Mugithi singer early last year due to marital conflicts.
Samidoh's eldest daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, confirmed on Monday that the popular Mugithi artist is with them in the United States.
Shirleen confirmed the previous revelation by Senator Nyamu, who announced the news about Samidoh's visit over the weekend in one of her posts.
Responding to one of her fans in one of her recent Facebook posts, the nominated senator revealed that Samidoh went to the United States to see his children.
She also took the opportunity to make it clear that there would be no problem if the Mugithi singer decided to resolve issues with his first wife, Edday Nderitu.
"He (Samidoh) is there as we speak, seeing the children. Even if Eddy (Edday) comes back for a mix, we have shared many peaceful years, and it will never be a problem," Karen Nyamu said on Friday.
Furthermore, she made it clear that she would not join Samidoh and his other family in the United States as it would complicate things, contrary to their wishes.