Nominated Senator Karen Njeri Nyamu, has dismissed rumours of being left by her partner Samuel Muchoki, alias Samidoh.
On Monday morning, the mother of three posted a video of herself exercising, and a Facebook user mocked her, suggesting that she always resorts to the gym whenever her partner leaves her, implying that the relationship between the senator and Samidoh had hit a rough patch.
In response, the UDA senator clarified that the claims of being dumped by her partner were false. She added that she and her partner were not parting ways anytime soon.
This comes amid widespread speculation that Senator Nyamu's relationship with Samidoh may have soured after the Mugithi artist was seen visiting their other children who live with his ex-wife, Edday Nderitu, in the United States.
Earlier this month, Samidoh enjoyed time with his three children in the United States.
Mrs. Nderitu and her children have been in the U.S. for several months since she separated from the Mugithi artist early last year due to marital conflicts.
Last week, Samidoh's eldest daughter, Shirleen Muchoki, confirmed that the popular Mugithi artist was with them in the United States.
Shirleen affirmed Senator Nyamu's earlier revelation, who was the first to announce the news about Samidoh's visit in one of her posts.
Responding to one of her fans in one of her Facebook posts earlier this month, 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 issue if the Mugithi artist decided to reconcile with his first wife, Edday Nderitu.
"He (Samidoh) is there as we speak to see his children. Even when Eddy comes back, we've shared many peaceful years in the mix; he'll never be a problem," Karen Nyamu said on Friday.
Furthermore, she made it clear that she wouldn't join Samidoh and his other family in the United States as it would complicate matters, contrary to their preferences.
Ms. Nyamu and Samidoh have been enjoying their love peacefully for many months now after the first wife of the musician, Edday Nderitu, revealed that she left him to be with the "woman he needed more."