KTN’s Betty Kyallo speaks on dating

Betty speaks!

The mother of one added that she wants to have something to bring on board when she will decide to get married.

“I want to package myself as a businesswoman, a mum and a potential partner in life. So that when I decide to get married again or start dating somebody, I’m bringing something to the table,” said Betty.

“And because of that packaging, I’m taking some time off. I have met quite a number of amazing people out there, but nachukua vitu pole pole. I take every day at a time, there’s no hurry. Niko tu sawa. Very single.” Betty Kyallo added.

The screen siren went ahead and advised women who are between the ages of 30-35 years to take their time until when they will find the person that will complete them.

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