Nana Owiti and King Kaka. 

Nana Owiti, the wife to musician and entrepreneur King Kaka, wrote a heartwarming public letter to her husband as he turned a year older. Taking to social media, the former Switch TV presenter did not shy off from pouring her heart out as she celebrated her husband's birthday.

"Woke up to birds chirping and clear skies yesterday. A reminder that God is truly artistic and you mirror his image. Jana was your birthday. This is the 10th birthday with you. How time flies and things change yet they still stay the same," she wrote in part.

Nana, who doubles up as a YouTuber, showered sweet words to King Kaka by thanking him for being an amazing husband who listens and preempts her needs and takes action. She also thanked him for being the best father to their kids.

"Thank you for preempting my needs, thank you for hugging me when I'm scared, thank you for being a daddy to our children. Thank you for being an amazing Husband, thank you for being an amazing son (I hope and pray your sons take many leaves out of your book)," she added.

Still expressing gratitude, Nana stated that she hopes to make her husband happy as he makes her every day. 

"Thank you for reminding and reassuring me of your love every chance you get. Thank you, babe. I hope I can make you as happy today as you make me every other day. Thank you for never fighting ugly. We take for granted how important this is," she added.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Nana admitted that she is a submissive wife, adding that she has the utmost respect for her husband.

"I honor you babe. I submit to you and I cherish you. Let's continue giving that extravagant love that Christ demands of us. Happy birthday babe @thekingkaka.," she wrote.

King Kaka celebrates building his mum a house

Just the other day, born Kennedy Ombima, King Kaka recalled his humble beginnings when they could not raise Sh500 rent and how he promised to make things better in the future.

"One day I came home from school and Kanjo had placed a very big padlock coz we couldn't afford to pay Kshs 500 rent, I promised my mom that in the future I'll buy her a house. Fast forward 4days ago we just prayed in the living room of this house that I build for her. The sounds of a testimony and I am happy that she has a place she can call home," he wrote.