Abel Mutua’s wife Judy Nyawira has opened up on why she gifted Wakavinye a wedding gown in 2016.
Speaking during an interview with SPM Buzzz, she says she did that out of the goodness of her heart.
“I took her to the same shop I bought my wedding gown.
we fit different clothes, and there is one particular dress that everybody loved.
But when she was told the price she couldn’t afford it.
I had purposed to buy that gown as my wedding gift to her. Even Abel did not know about it.
When we went to that shop I had planned to pay for the gown.
They were a young couple so we just wanted to support them.”
Judy says at that particular time I decided to tenda wema and kwenda zangu.
The deed was however repaid by Njuguna in 2018.
“For 3 years they fed me, at the time I had resigned and I did not know what to do next.
Everything I am doing now and the scales I have climbed are because of Tim and Celestine.
They refused to work with other managers and decided to stick with me.”
Speaking during an interview with SPM Buzz in an earlier interview Wakavinye said she felt intimidated when she first met Judy.
This was because she was just a student at the time.
“Njugush first met Abel then later met Judy. Through Njugush I met Abel and Judy. When I first met them I was a bit scared because I was in college, Judy was a mother and she was a working-class woman. But she was very welcoming.”
“When I asked her to be my best couple we had only been friends for a few months. She is very sweet and is always ready to help. She took me to a shop to choose my gown and I told her I couldn’t afford it.
She paid for the gown yet we had not known each other for less than two months. That is why Njugush calls her co-husband.
She told me to get what I want and leave the rest to her. She did not want me to refund the cash.”
Wakavinye said Abel Mutua and Phil Karanja have been very helpful in their lives.
“Abel has played a huge role in Njugush and I getting married. We were young and at the time we did not know why we were getting married. He advised Njugush to settle down before he blew up and girls started throwing themselves at him.”
“Phil is like a big brother who we are accountable. He helped mould Njugush. They are friends I would never have trouble with them hanging out with Njugush.”