"We are happy." KNUT boss responds to news of divorce from cheating wife
After losing his wife in 2010, KNUT boss Wilson Sossion took another stab at love and married a beautiful lady called Vivianne Kenduiywa.
The two tied the knot in a hush-hush ceremony held at the AG Chambers before going all out with a reception party at Motigo, Bomet County in April 2016. A ceremony that was the talk of the town as there was a chopper for the bride and the couple unveiling their new palatial home.
Now less than a year after the couple got married, news reaching us is that they have split and Vivianne moved back to her parents’ house in Kericho. This was after the 48-year-old union boss allegedly kicked out his new bride from their Villa Franca home.
The Nairobian has revealed that this came after allegations that Vivienne cheated with a well-heeled businessman in Eldoret and pleas by the family to bring the two together fell on deaf ears as Sossion would not budge following compelling evidence that she had wandered.
“He has dates, times, text messages and all evidence of her affair with the man in Eldoret. He never approached the man, but just called the girl and told her to continue her relationship with her new boyfriend, since he was leaving her. She was devastated and has been trying to reach out to Sossion unsuccessfully.” A source told the newspaper.
The source further added that the initial bone of contention was that Sossion still contacting and supporting a lady named Karen Lang’at who is his baby mama. Vivianne apparently wanted the two to cut off all the ties as he now had a new wife but Sossion put his foot down and refused to comply.
When the paper tried contacting Vivianne who has now changed her name on Facebook and her profile photo to a Samburu woman,she declined to talk to them.
“I can’t speak to someone I don’t know. ”She said after laughing off the matter.
Now Sossion has spoken up on the matter. " We are here in Bomet happy, what is in the Nairobian are lies and we shall sue the newspaper for malicious damage." he said in a video doing rounds online.
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