On Monday, Akothee’s husband, Denis Shweizer, also known as Omosh, was compelled to explain why they never had a second wedding in Switzerland as they had previously promised.
Earlier this year, Akothee and her husband had pledged to have a second wedding in Shweizer’s homeland, Switzerland, to give family and friends who had not attended their first wedding in Nairobi on April 10 a chance to witness their union.
One Instagram user asked the white man if there were still plans for the second wedding.
“Omosh, do we still have another wedding?” the Instagram user asked Mr. Shweizer.
In response to the fan, Mr. Shweizer humorously claimed that he and the mother of their five children had divorced immediately after their wedding.
“We separated on April 11,” Shweizer said.
This comes just a few days after Akothee also gave a similar response when asked the same question.
Last week, Akothee appeared to be angered by a question about her plans for a second wedding with Mr. Shweizer.
Under one of her posts, a fan inquired about the plans for the big overseas wedding, which was initially said to be happening in July.
“Madam Boss, we haven’t forgotten about your big wedding abroad, when is it?” an Instagram user asked Akothee.
In her response, the mother of five sarcastically revealed that she had separated from her husband Denis Shweizer shortly after their first wedding in Nairobi on April 10 this year.
The 43-year-old artist also urged the social media user to focus on their own life and move forward.
“We separated on April 11, so take your life and move on,” she replied.
After their first wedding in April, Akothee announced that they would have a second wedding in Switzerland in July, last month.
In her announcement, Akothee mentioned that she would bring her entire entourage to Switzerland for the second part of the wedding.
At the time, the mother of five also revealed the names of 17 people who would be part of the second event, including her three daughters; Vesha Okello, Rue Baby, and Fancy Makadia. Others included Lang’ata MP Jalang’o, Kabi, Milly Wajesus, Azziad Nasenya, Mimi, Janet Otieno, Nina Ajigo, Fiona Morema, Lulu, Mokeira Onchiri, Evander Holyfield, Beatrice Schnelli Okello, and Geret.