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Cebbie Koks Nyasego: I Regret Sharing My Marriage with Steve Ogolla with the Public


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In a recent interview with Lynn Ngugi, Cebbie Koks Nyasego, the younger sister of renowned Kenyan artist Akothee, shed light on the challenges of fame and her decision to keep her marriage away from the public eye.

Serving as the Chief Executive of Virtual Twenty One Ltd, Cebbie expressed a strong aversion to fame and the potential perils it can bring into personal relationships.

Married to Steve Ogolla, a distinguished lawyer and political analyst, since December 2022, Cebbie revealed her preference for leading a private life if given the chance.

Despite the allure of a public persona, she acknowledged the dangers of social media, emphasizing that it is not a safe space for everyone.

Cebbie highlighted the tendency for people to focus on the negative aspects of a public marriage, subjecting it to discussion and scrutiny.

“I wish my marriage is not out there. Given a chance, I would keep it private because people look out for the bad things that can happen and pray over it and even make it a subject of discussion. There is a way blogs twist things. I know the pain and the joy of public life. But I will still post the good things about marriage,” she shared.

Responding to inquiries about whether she married her best friend, Cebbie admitted that it was too early to tell. She acknowledged the certainty that individuals with more extended marital experiences could bring to such matters.

Despite this, she emphasized the positive aspects of her husband, expressing her desire to witness him grow and achieve his ambitions.

“I don’t think I can say I married my best friend since I am still so young in marriage. People who have been there for like four years can speak with a lot of certainty. He is a good man; I would love to see him grow and reach his ambitions,” she said.

In January, Cebbie took a surprising step by deleting all their wedding photos from her social media accounts, sparking speculation about the state of their relationship.

However, in the interview, she clarified that she is still married, dispelling rumors of a potential split. This move reflects the delicate balance individuals in the public eye must strike between personal privacy and public perception.


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