This is what Nameless and Wahu are doing for Christmas
Popular singer Nameless and songstress wife Wahu are celebrating the Christmas Day at the Coast.
Christmas is a time when loved ones spend together, and the Mathenges, are doing just that at the Coast with their two daughters; Tumiso and Nyakio.
They wish their fans a ‘Merry Christmas’ as was captioned on a photo Wahu posted on Instagram.
The music industry couple has been married for 10 years now.
Speaking exclusively to Citizen Digital in October, the Butterfly hit-maker addressed a wide array of factors, which, according to him, may build or break a union.
“Marriage is not easy – you need to learn and accept each other for who you are. You also need to respect each other’s boundaries and feelings,” he began.
Nameless further admitted, just like many other marriages, his is not hiccup-free.
“There are times Wahu and I fall out. In some instances it reaches that point I am like: I don’t want to see you and she’s also like – me neither!” revealed the singer.
“But we often go for counseling which helps. It’s good to talk to someone,” he revealed.
Despite occasional marital problems, Nameless says Wahu is the best thing that has ever happened to him. Given the chance to go back in time, Nameless says he would marry her gain.
“I am blessed!” He said excitedly, adding: “When I met Wahu, she was my first love – and the minute I saw her, I was sure I wanted her for a wife.”
Wahu’s memorable Mothers’ Day video tribute
On May 10, Nameless swept Wahu off her feet with a touching Mothers’ Day video tribute.
He played the two-minute video recording on a big screen before Wahu and their two daughters – Tumiso and Nyakio, at the Village Market in Nairobi.
In the clip, Nameless called Wahu ‘the mother of the century’. His gesture sent social media platforms into a frenzy.
Recounting the act, Nameless said he pulled the memorable stunt because Wahu deserved and still deserves it.
“She loves me simply for me, and me for her,” he told Citizen Digital.
Adding: “We don’t often say thank you for the good things done to us you know. With me, I always watch by the sidelines how she (Wahu) manages things at home and I really appreciate the hard work she puts in as a mother and wife.”
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