We all have a past and most often than not, it always catches up with us. Well Kenya’s top socialite Huddah Monroe’s past seems to be catching up with her as a former lover resurfaces to try and win her back.
A certain Selemani took to a public group to give his encounter with the beautiful Huddah and how they were separated by fate leaving him heart broken. He however said he is ready to forget the past and continue with their love where they had left before he went to the states to join his parents, get married and even have kids with Huddah.
“We grew up in different estates and as childhood friends,Huddah used to be this gal who would mingle with everyone,so respectful but Kama kawaida mtaani stories emerge about someone just to tarnish his/her name
My dad resigned from the Kenya Defense Forces and flew to the USA so we had to be left behind before he could settle and carry us along.
My mum also a soldier at Karen Barracks where we have International Peace Support Training School obviously would not be around…This provided a nice ground for Huddah and I to spend time and nights together, of course her mum wouldn’t refute this affair…mother’s wenye mna madem mnajua how it feels for your daughter to be katiwad na jamaa mwenye ako na Roots za majuu.
One fine morning,I got a call from a +1 number and it was dad.He wanted me to go to Nyayo house and start the process of *PASSPORT* Application.
By how he had stayed in the USA for 4 months.So we got up and prepared ourselves to head to town
While in the queue,I met my high school guy Vanessa who had since joined the Kenya Navy..he also wanted to get a Visa where he also left the armed forces and headed to a country in Europe.
Huddah didn’t like the idea of waiting for me so I allowed her to go to Tahiti and wait for me as I did my stuff.
Joining the Army wasn’t my thing because my dad,mum,older brother were soldiers,and my youngest bro was attending the Catholic Seminary and he is now a priest in the KDF.
We caught up with Huddah baadae and she was abit drunk,so I hired a cab to take us home.
Fast forward,my process took a while so I flew to the States on 7th July 2011.I couldn’t believe that I had left Huddah alone,and moreso on the palms of the upcoming mafisi guys in our mtaa.She escorted me to the airport and we departed.
I started getting callsand messages about how Huddah had changed her lifestyle after about 3 years of my stay,ako na gari,ooh sponsors,ooh amehama,oh investments,ooh Selemani utaweza kumuoa na vile anadeal na high profile guys?
Wah this felt like a deep arrow into my heart..of course nikiwa USA nlikua nasmash pia but sio vile..I knew something was amiss,I couldn’t concentrate in school….I was feeling that I need to be in Kenya so soon..but dad didn’t give me a nod.
I used to follow Kenya’s buzz news na nlikua mshaanza kuona Huddah na kina Verah Sidika wakianza usocialite….I couldn’t believe my eyes,dame tulikua na so much vision together,why didn’t she tell me this nikienda hatastick namimi?
Anyway I can’t control her life…came to Kenya in 2015 and I made sure that I met her… meeting her was the worst decision watu wangu
Those guys who say that you can’t cry for a lady….mko so wrong.
Vuteni stools na sofaset so that I can pour my heart out…Huddah my best pal…sawa tu.” He said in part of his post.
Let see if Huddah will respond to this and what her reaction will be.