Nyashinski is not national property, let him wed in peace – Kenyan women told


Kenyan musician Nyamari Ongegu, popularly known as Nyashinski, on Friday, November 1, solemnised his union with his longtime girlfriend Zia Jepkemei Bett.

The two lovers exchanged vows in a traditional ceremony that was held in Nandi County.

Nyashinski, who is famed for hits such as; Marathon Runner, Aminia, Malaika, Now You Know and Mungu Pekee, has kept his relationship under wraps for a long time.

As such, not many people knew that he was in a relationship until Friday.

Among those in attendance were; David Mathege, Mudigi Savara, Bien Aime Baraza, Chrispin Mwangale, and Fakii Liwali.

His nuptials comes exactly a week after Milele FM presenter and comedian Felix Odiwuour, alias Jalang’o, tied the knot with Amina Chao.

Nyashinki was originally a member of the Kleptomaniax music group alongside Collo and Roba before he left for the US.

He returned to the country in 2016 to re-establish his career.

Kenyans on social media especially Twitter sent out congratulatory messages but most women were not pleased with the fact that he actually was off the market.

They sent rants and rage on Twitter on how much they had been betrayed by the singer after photos emerged of him and his newly wed bride.

Below are a few of the tweets:

Below are a few photos:

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