Nyce Wanjeri’s Husband Says They Are Working On Relationship

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After a Facebook post saying that the couple was no longer together, former Auntie boss actress, Nyce Wanjeri’s husband, Tito Wagithomo has come out to explain his post.

Speaking to Word Is, Tito said that the story is in past tense now and that together with his wife, they are trying to work out their differences.

“What I had said was past tense. It’s best I sort of know exactly what is happening. I can’t conclude now. Everything has its ups and downs and I think it’s too soon to decide or know what is happening,” Tito told Word Is.

The producer had shared his disappointment on Facebook saying that he was hurt by the fact that his marriage was on the rocks.

Tito faulted his wife’s success as the main cause of their woes.

“I saw it coming though. Success causes absenteeism, lack of bonding and lack of family time. Why did I imagine we last forever? (sic),” read his Facebook post.

Asked if they are still together, Tito said that they are working to build there relationship, hence he removed the Facebook post.

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“Let’s say yes…At times not everything works. We have our ups and downs, which is normal. I may have acted out of the feelings I [had] at that time but it’s something we are handling.” he answered.

The couple recently featured on Parents magazine, sharing about their marriage and how they have overcome challenges over the years.

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