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Cebbie Koks Reveals Little-Known Details of Her Marriage Days After Breakup Rumours, Beef with Akothee, & Online Bullying

by Paul Nyongesa
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In a recent interview with Lynn Ngugi, businesswoman Cebbie Koks Nyasego shared candid details about her life, addressing rumors, struggles, and her relationships with both her husband and her sister, Akothee.

In the interview  Cebbie addressed speculations about her marriage.

She clarified that she got married in 2022 and expressed her deep appreciation for the wedding, emphasizing that it is a cherished moment in her life, even in the face of public scrutiny.

“About 2022 I got married and that is what makes me a married woman. A wedding I really cherish and I was up for it and even in another life I would still want to have a wedding like that – fame regardless,” Cebbie Koks shared.

When questioned about whether she married her friend, Cebbie acknowledged the early stage of her marriage and explained that the certainty about being married to a friend typically comes after three to five years.

Despite this, she spoke positively about her husband, describing him as a good man with ambitions, and expressing her desire to witness his growth and success.

The conversation shifted to Cebbie’s experiences with social media bullying, particularly in 2017. She revealed the toll it took on her mental well-being.

“In 2017, the bullying was crazy and it took a toll on me because I used to read every comment and think I’m okay with it and some to date I still remember and when it flashed in my brain my body shrinks,” she said.

“Social media can be very toxic and you need to protect yourself,”.

Cebbie also addressed the rumored discord with her sister, Akothee.

She passionately asserted that Akothee is not only her blood sister but also her mentor and a significant influence in her life.

“That is my blood sister, she took me through school and she is like my best friend, and the gap between me and her is so huge that you can never compare… she is like my mother and there is no day I can sit down and think I want what she has.” She said.

”I respect her, she has done well for herself … literally when the society expected her to go down. Even if I was not the sister I would still admire her from afar and say I like that woman. Now that I’m privileged to be the sister why would be jealous? She has achieved things I have not achieved. She is an inspiration, a loving sister and to date her number is still saved on my phone as a darling sister,” she narrated.

She stated that she continues to pray for the day when they will be a happy family again, emphasizing that her love and respect for her sister extend to both public and private realms.

“I will never have an exchange with her… I still pray to God that one day one time we will be a happy family. I still love her and I don’t think I have bad blood towards her in public and private,” she added.

“I respect her, I love her, she is my sister and she is someone I look up to. I have never seen a woman strong who fights for her dear life. You people don’t know her, I know her,”.

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