Akothee's boyfriend, Dennis Schweizer alias Omosh in Migori for dowry negotiations with his Danish envoy

Akothee in Kisumu, Migori for Dowry negotiation with Omosh

 

Dennis "Omosh" Schweizer, the fiancé of singer Akothee, arrived in Kisumu on Monday night to start the dowry talks.

 

 

The flamboyant singer and her closest group of friends met up with Omosh at the Kisumu International Airport, where he arrived with great hoopla and was joined by his Swiss buddies.

 

 

The dowry discussions are expected to start this week at Akothee's house in Migori.

 

 

While Akothee was on holidays in the affluent Central European nation in July 2022, the two individuals connected.

 

Akothee got pregnant with her three months later, but on December 17, she miscarried.

 

 

Omosh has now been engaged in several of Akothee's Kenyan enterprises and even rose to the position of chairman of the charity bearing her name.

 

Regardless of the fact that she was set to be married and formally exit the single mother market, Akothee insisted that she was still the "President of Single Mothers."

 

"I love Omosh dearly, and I could not wait to wed him and begin our life together as husband and wife. 

 

"My title does not necessarily mean I am still a single mother; it basically means a woman who has successfully raised all of her children without the benefit of a partner," she said. 

 

"My position as the President of the Single Mothers Association does not change even with my new title, however," she said.
 

 

The "Omosh" family stood with Akothee as they exchanged huge grins, laughter, and loving hugs. They were all dressed in cargo shorts, gray branded t-shirts, and athletic sneakers.
 

 

After leaving the airport, the caravan went to Dunga Beach to catch some fresh tilapia and ugali before continuing to one of Kisumu's most well-known tourist destinations, the "Kit-Mikayi," or "stone of the first wife."
 

 

On Instagram, the joyful Akothee wrote, "Unaona hawa watatoa Ng’ombe ngapi?" Ama tupewe tu Swiss Franc mambo iishe? Mnataka Ng’ombe ama Pesa? Ama yote?"
 

 

With the addition of her husband's travel business, MySafari, which is based in Switzerland, Akothee, who has owned Akothee Safaris Tours & Travel for more than 13 years, has joined forces with Omosh to further advance the global travel agenda. 

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