Edday Nderitu quotes a scripture in celebration saying, “I will restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten, the hopper, the destroyer, and the cutter. The great army sent among you.”
It’s been months since Edday Nderitu, the estranged legal wife to Kenyan Mugithi sensation Samuel Muchoki, popularly known as Samidoh, left Kenya for a life-changing journey in the United States. As the dust begins to settle, she seems to enjoy her new chapter in life, away from Karen Nyamu and he husband’s drama, to one filled with opportunities and empowerment.
From her social media posts, it’s clear to see that Edday has successfully established herself in the United States. Reports reveal that she has since secured a job as she tirelessly works to provide for her family.
Edday story to many of her fans and supporters is a testament to resilience and determination, and hunger to shape her own destiny.
Edday, a mother of three, left Kenya in May 2023, initially appearing to embark on a holiday in the US. During her stay, she was graciously hosted by Samidoh’s cousin, Bernice Saroni, who extended a helping hand during her transitional period.
Her departure from her 15-year marriage with Samidoh was announced earlier this year, with infidelity cited as the primary reason behind their divorce. The publicized affair between Samidoh and nominated Senator Karen Nyamu, resulting in two children, further fueled the flames of marital disappointments.
According to a reliable source within the family, Edday has not only adapted well to her new environment but is thriving in it. She has already joined the workforce, marking a significant milestone in her journey towards self-sufficiency.
“Edday is doing well. In fact, she is already working. She moved into her own house… That is her house, and the children are in school,” the source, who requested anonymity reveals.
This revelation coincides with a recent social media post by Edday, where she shared a photo of herself comfortably seated on a sofa with car keys placed beside her. It serves as a symbol of her newfound independence and empowerment as she charts her own course in life.