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Saumu Mbuvi reveals how ex-hubby cheated on her with close friend

Former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko’s daughter Saumu Mbuvi has revealed that her ex-lover Lamu senator Anwar Loitiptip cheated on her with her close friend.

Saumu narrated everything that has ever happened to her either positive or negative while in a relationship with Loitiptip.

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Speaking during a Radio interview hosted by Massawe Japani she stated that she never expected her close friend to snatch away her boyfriend.

”I knew Bambi through her former husband, he was a friend of mine and that’s how we became friends. I respected their relationship and I also respected her so much, I did not expect that from her and what she did but there is a God.

I did not even struggle to find out the truth, I just saw her post online. She posted him, then posted Tiwa Savage’s song about dating a politician with it. It was like a movie, I followed it but decided to just pray for them. I personally wish them all the best in life,” she explained.

The mother of two even disclosed the reasons that led to their ugly break up.

According to Saumu, her boyfriend was a drug addict something that she disliked.

”What led to issues at home was his drunkenness and usage of other drugs. He said he beat me once because I was bipolar, but that is a lie. My problem was I was always scared of being single.

So I got in that relationship pretty fast, I did not even take the time to heal from the previous relationships. So, it was later that he started showing me his true colours,” she said.

She went ahead saying the politician as a deadbeat father who even up to now doesn’t care where his children sleep or what they eat.

She also said that she has forgiven her baby daddy and anyone who was involved in the exchange of words during their break up.

‘I was so weak and emotionally abused by people that I allowed in my life and I feel like I have to forgive myself for allowing them to do that. I accepted that I am bipolar, which is something dark that you cannot laugh about, he was laughing to the world about my condition. Saying he beat me because I am bipolar.

He knew about it and he also knew I was taking medication. I would go to hospital every week because of what Anwar was doing to me. I could not speak up. But eventually I got the courage. It was too much, it got to a place I said enough,” she added.

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