Akorino is one of the religions in Kenya that is believed to have respect and that loves their religion so much. Other religions have been complaining about their members as they go against their dean through doing unworthy things. And this has led to many complaints, and others have avoided going to church.
Susan Namu is a beautiful Akorino lady who has made headlines after her treading video was leaked. Susan Namu, who happens to be a gospel artist, made headlines when her lover decided to leave her unworthy images online. The beautiful Akorino and her boyfriend had promised each other never to leak the videos and photos, but after arguing, the boyfriend decided to leak the videos and photos.
The lady became an overnight sensation after her photos were leaked. The pretty and light-skinned lady who is believed to be an upcoming artist is still unknown. She had sent videos to a man she was in love with, but after things turned opposite, the man decided to humiliate her by sharing them online. This made ladies around the country get mad at the man, calling him unworthy of being someone’s man.
Susan Namu now says that she has never been able to walk freely on the streets since the videos were leaked.
She was banned from going to her previous church and can’t even go elsewhere because people are always staring at her.
Her boyfriend apologized, and she forgave him and said she would gladly take him back.
She hasn’t been able to get into another relationship yet, but hopes she will one day heal and find true love.
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