Kenyan rapper Kennedy Ombima alias King Kaka and his wife Nana Owiti recently blessed netizen's timelines with adorable pictures of their family all smiles in cute matching outfits. Introducing the 'Dream team' to his fans with numerous pictures on social media, King Kaka described each family member and their character traits, including his nanny, to help social media users get to know them better.
"The Dream Team from Left, King Kaka - The Emperor, Irosh (@princeiroma ) – Superman, Nana (@nanaowiti ) - The Queen / Holds down the family., Gweth (@gwethgeezy ) - The Genius, Christine - The House Manager, Roy (Christine's Son) - The Maestro,. We Thank God for the gift of family," he wrote.
The rapper's wife shared similar pictures of her beautiful family on her Instagram page with each member's unique descriptions, just like King Kaka did.
"Here to bless your timelines...Let me introduce y'all to the family members. The missing one is my sister @portia_meee because she'd had a minor accident as we were shooting this. The King (Patriarch) @thekingkaka,the head of our family and the provider. He's also a GENIUS with a beautiful mind and a beautiful heart. He's holding our son (@princeiroma ) 3yrs. Me, in front of me is my 1st born daughter @gwethgeezy she's 6yrs. Also very assertive and speaks her mind. Such a sweetheart and very responsible. Helps us raise the other babies. She calls them 'the babies…" shared Nana.
The media personality introduced her nanny of 7 years, and her son Roy to netizens describing her as very organized and respectful.
"Next to me is our domestic manager #Christine holding her son #Roy. She's been with us almost 7 years now. Very organized, clean freak and respectful. We call her TinTin. #Roy is our bonus child and the last born in our family. He's playful, catches feelings easily but such a sweet boy. He will say hi to you 1000000000 times in a day. Also he calls me 'Mamaaa' and calls his mom 'Mummy.'
"He started calling her Mummy approximately 2months ago after a lot of blackmailing by her. He used to call her TinTin like the rest of us. He slips and calls her Tin every now and then but he's quick to get his tongue in order ASAP. I'm grounded by this unit. I pray for this unit and I'm happy with this unit," she added.
Your domestic manager is family
Sharing her sentiments in a separate post, the mother of two advised netizens to live with their house managers as though they were family. In her explanation, Nana stated that treating your house manager as a part of your family will make them feel accepted and treat your as her own.
"It's US again. Good morning. Here to wish you a very happy day. Side note: Treat Your domestic manager as Family and She will treat your family as her family. Love Rules Here!!!" said Nana.