Canada-based Kenyan lawyer Miguna Miguna now says Akothee should have a prenup and a will ready.
This was after she tied the knot with the love of her life Denis Schweizer aka Omosh.
Omosh's identity and what he does for a living have remained scanty something that has elicited mixed reactions.
A prenup refers to an agreement made by a couple before they marry concerning the ownership of their respective assets should the marriage fail.
A Tweep by the name of Francis Muli alleged he had failed to get any information about OMosh online.
"I've been looking all over for information about Akothee's husband Denis Schweizer. There's nothing to be found.
No education, no family, and no online footprints. Just a 'mysterious' guy now serving as the chairman of Akothee Foundation." Muli Tweeted
Miguna responded to this tweet saying although he wished Akothee well, he hoped she had secured her finances.
"A bright red flag. I hope she has a prenup and a will. Wishing her well."
Below are some of the comments on Miguna hoping Akothee has a prenup
@Ottishan: Come to think of it today someone said if god really wants her to be happy then I'm happy for her and if not this marriage could be a possible blow up on her
@EffKay24: I also thought along similar lines. He is in for the money, her money, and the best way for him to get a hold of it, was to shroud his intentions with "love." For those who are quick to cast stones, please watch this space.
tha@MethaWa: Is it really necessary? What will she be protecting herself from? The law already protects her by SC ruling - that sharing of matrimonial property be pegged on one's contributions
Kinyua@MacEamonnB: They are both preying on each other. May the wildest predator win
mycry@attenduntomycry: Wah I hope our girl hataoshwa. Anyway wishing her well.
m@akinyiagom: Akothee has united Kenyans.
That's most important. Kenyans for one two days forgot the dollar, the high cost of living, that KRA failed to meet its targets and public servants have no salary. She's a real madam Boss.