It has now been four months since Edday Nderitu, the estranged spouse of Mugithi sensation Samuel Muchoki, popularly recognized as Samidoh, departed Kenya for the United States. During this time, she has managed to establish herself in her newfound homeland, securing a job and a place to call home. Additionally, Edday is diligently tending to her three children, who are now attending school.
According to an insider close to the family, Edday is thriving in her new life. The source revealed, “She is doing exceptionally well. In fact, she has already secured employment and has moved into her own residence. That house is entirely hers, and her children are now enrolled in school.”
Furthermore, the source emphasized that Edday has received substantial support from both her Kenyan and American friends and family. They expressed their joy, saying, “I’ve shed tears of joy witnessing her remarkable turnaround. Edday is making strides in a foreign land. She’s managing her car loan, covering her new house’s mortgage, and providing for her children, who are even covered by health insurance.”
Edday’s journey toward self-empowerment in her new life in the US serves as a testament to her remarkable strength and resilience. Despite the challenges she has faced over the past few months, she has emerged even stronger. Her story is an inspiration to countless women undergoing similar experiences, illustrating that it is possible to start afresh and construct a brighter future following a challenging divorce.
Edday’s poignant social media post featuring the Bible verse, “I will restore to you the years that the swarming locust has eaten,” reflects her unwavering hope and determination for the future. She is resolute in her commitment to rebuilding her life and crafting a better future for herself and her children.
Evidently, Edday is firmly on the right path. She is diligently working, diligently caring for her family, and receiving the much-needed support from her loved ones. With her tenacity and determination, there is no doubt that she will achieve success in her new life in the United States.