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10 Kenyan Celebs Who Have Announced New Catches For 2018 Season

As celebs leapfrogged into 2018, they had various resolutions which all were towards having their best year out of 2018. And one of the many resolutions was to have a companion for those who did not have one or were divorced, or rather opted for anew one.

The following celebs thus are lucky to have jumped on into new year and landed a new bae immediately, how lucky are they!

1.Akothee

Akothee has a new hubby, after divorcing her old white man. This would not be her second hubby though, She has dicorved so much of them, and she is neither scared to so so again.

My daughter's please make sure you date a man who brings the happiness in you not the stress in you @rue.baby @…

Posted by Akothee on Friday, January 12, 2018

Last year she absconded a wedding ceremony with the White man, citing her music career came above anything else

2.Ben Gatu

The former hubby to Saumu Mbuvi is now a new hubby to another wife. And the two are headed for wedding. Saumu Mbuvi is daughter to Nairobi current governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko.

Gatu surpringly again is getting married to a daughter of another governor from Murang’a County. Their marriage ceremony is slated in 2018

3.Anerlisa Mungai

Anerlisa Mungai

Keroche Breweries has unveiled her new boyfriend moments after breaking up with her old boyfriend in last year towards December.

Anerlisa is said to have snatched DK from another woman who claim to have had a child with the new catch.

But Anerlisa challenged her to show up a marriage cert citing that having a kid with a man is not a proof of marriage

DK is said to her stood with the entrepreneurial slay queen during her tough moments when she was sicking

4.Vera Sidika

After spending a Christmas holiday in Miami, USA, Vera Sidika has decided to fall in love with the man who helped her spent a lavish holiday in 2017.

And she has shocked everyone if not many by stating that she is ready to settle down for a hand in a marriage.

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