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Cebbie Koks and Steve Ogolla Remain Tight-Lipped as Startling Details Emerge After Their Alleged Breakup

by Samantha
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Digital influencer and entrepreneur Cebbie Koks Nyasego and lawyer Steve Ogolla reationship seems to have taken an unexpected turn.

Recent developments on Cebbie’s Instagram account have sparked rumors and raised eyebrows among fans, hinting at potential trouble in paradise after their elegant traditional wedding on December 28, 2022.

Initially, the aftermath of their joyous celebration was shared on Cebbie’s Instagram, featuring glamorous photos and beautiful footage that offered followers a glimpse into their seemingly blissful marital life.

However, a close examination of Cebbie’s Instagram profile reveals a significant transformation that has fueled speculation about the state of their relationship.

Cebbie has unfollowed her husband, erased all traces of their wedding and vacation photos, and reverted her Instagram name from Mrs. Ogolla E. A. to Elseba Awuor Kokeyo.

These changes, despite the visible shift, come with an intriguing detail – Cebbie is still wearing her wedding ring.

Fans and followers have been quick to notice the alterations, questioning the sudden shift in dynamics between the couple.

While rumors of their separation surfaced in mid-2023, Cebbie had previously dismissed the gossip on October 22.

On this day, coinciding with Lawyer Ogolla’s birthday, she penned a sweet and affirming message to her husband, seemingly dispelling any unfounded rumors.

However, this very post has now mysteriously disappeared from her Instagram feed, adding to the speculations surrounding their relationship.

Surprisingly, Steve Ogolla still follows Cebbie on Instagram and retains photos of them together on his account, creating an asymmetry in their social media presence.

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