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Married Women: Learn to survive on your own — Sarah Kabu

Sarah Kabu
Established businesswoman, Sarah Kabu, has warned married women with children to avoid becoming too comfortable with their husbands properties
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Sarah Kabu, established businesswoman has warned married women with children to avoid becoming too comfortable because they are always on the verge of becoming single mothers.

Sarah Kabu
Sarah Kabu and Simon Kabu

In an interview, Sarah Kabu, who is married to fellow businessmen Simon Kabu, CEO of leading travel and tour company Bonfire Adventures, said most married women with kids find it difficult to maintain their lives without their spouses, despite most of them being at risk of becoming single mothers.

“Married women are at risk of becoming single mothers. Nowadays, something minor will occur, and you will be a single mother. You’re living in Runda in your lovely home, driving your Range Rover, and then all of a sudden, you’re done” she said.

 

The award-winning entrepreneur shared stories of people she knows who have been left struggling because their husbands had either abandoned them or died, leaving them unable to maintain their marital lifestyles.


“So it’s a good idea to push yourself outside your comfort zone because you never know what the future holds. Learn to survive on your own, “she explained.

The stunning mother also spoke out about a recent incident where she lashed out in public after her husband’s first born daughter took her children without her permission.

“That was one of the most difficult phases I have ever gone through in my motherhood journey. I had never imagined that somebody can come, pick up my kids and go with them without my permission,” she said. She said at that point, nothing else mattered other than having the control of her children back, revealing that it took her ten days to get her kids back.

The pair finally chose to stay and work on their marriage, and things have been going well for them so far.

This comes after Sarah Kabu pleaded for Simon’s forgiveness, as well as the forgiveness of her followers, on social media, and announced that she would be working on her marriage offline from now on.
The entrepreneur appears to be pleased that she opted to fight for her marriage.


The couple, along with their two children, took a vacation to the Seychelles in early May, marking their first international excursion since the split drama.


The pair appeared to have resumed their travelling lifestyle, which we can only take as a sign that things are working out just fine for them.

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