Ali Kiba denies claims ‘squatters’ tore him away from wife

Ali Kiba [Photo: Instagram @officialalikiba]

Veteran Bongo star Ali Kiba has denied claims that he houses several artists signed under his label in Dar es Salaam.

Speaking to Clouds FM, Ali Kiba clarified that he, in fact, bought the King Music artistes a house next to his Tabata mansion, east of the capital.

Ali Kiba, however, admitted that while they often spend time at his house, they do not live there, and, have never come between him and his wife Amina Khalef.

“Wasanii wangu wa Kings Music wana nyumba yao niliwanunulia maeneo ya karibu kabisa na kwangu Tabata. Wakija kwangu ni kunisalimia au kuja kurekodi.

“Vijana hawa ni kama watoto wangu, kuna muda nakaa nyumbani nawamiss na nawaita wanakuja nakaa nao, tunapiga story na kutengeneza music, lakini hawajahi kuingilia privacy yangu na Mama Keyaan. Kuna muda wanaweza wasionekane nyumbani kwa muda mrefu tu,” said Ali Kiba.

Ali Kiba and wife Amina Khalef [Photo: Courtesy]

The Kings Records CEO denied that he has divorced Amina and reiterated that what they are going through as a couple is normal.

“Ni kweli mimi na mke wangu tuna migogoro na ni jambo la kawaida kwenye ndoa, ila sijampa talaka hata moja. Watu wasipende kufurahia matatizo ya wenzao, au labda ni ukosefu wa kazi, hakuna jambo ambalo Mwenyezi amelihalalisha na analichukia kama talaka.

"Binadamu unapata wapi ujasiri wa kuchochea wenzako waachane kwenye ndoa, ni shetani tu ndio anapenda ujinga huo,” added the singer.

He pleaded with the public to respect his union with the Mombasa born wife.

“Amekiri wana matatizo ya hapa na pale ila hajampa talaka mkewe, pia kama kijana wa kiislamu Dini inaruhusu kuwa na wake wa 4 ni sawa na ana haki hiyo ila watu waheshimu ndoa za watu sababu haya maneno labda ndio yanaharibu zaidi ndoa yake na waache kumpaka mke wake ubaya na mambo ya ushirikina.”

Ali Kiba wedded Amina Khalef a year ago.


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