Ben Kitili’s wife, Amina Mude has come clean to publicly apologize to her husband for hanging him out to dry, claiming she won’t disrespect him again.
In an Instagram post, Amina says she made public the separation statement out of one moment of anger and weakness and now she has realized she was wrong.
Owning up her mistake, she went on to reminisce on the words of her journalist hubby when they were just getting married.
“I remember when we got married, you told me ‘listen Mulky after all is said and done, marriage is not a bed of roses’ I just smiled and thought ni zile advise zako mingi za life. But last week it was so clear that you were right,” she wrote in part.
Amina proceeded to state that publicly airing their marital issues was a terrible idea as it depicts disrespect to her marriage.
Remorsefully, she said she has learnt her lesson the hard way and will be a virtuous woman henceforth while also blaming bloggers for “seasoning” her situation.
” I have learnt my lessons the hard way. As a wife, it’s my duty to respect and protect my Husband,” she wrote.
The mother of two cleared the air on their stand as a couple saying that she is still married to the journalist and Ben will always be the man she loves and honours for as long as she lives.
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In life it's very important to own up to your shortcomings! ❤❤❤ Hey babe @benkitili I remember when we got married, you told me 'listen Mulky after all is said and done, marriage is not a bed of roses' I just smiled and thought ni zile advise zako mingi za life. But last week it was so clear that you were right, one moment of anger made me write something stupid and the bloggers blew it out of proportion. I have learnt my lessons the hard way. As a wife, it's my duty to respect and protect my Husband. And so, I want to clear the air, Ben and I are married. He will always be the man i love and honour all the days of my life #learningfrommymistakes #forwardtogether
The apology comes a few days after she made it known that she and Ben were breaking it off a year after they tied the knot.