Jimal pens another heartfelt message to Amira

Jimal has been trying to woo his wife back after publicly embarrassing her and their marriage

Jamal and Amira
Photo: Courtesy Jamal and Amira

It seems entrepreneur Jimal Rohosafi might have borrowed a page off Harmonize's book.

Well, the script is almost the same from messing up badly to the public apology the only distinct difference is the lack of expensive grand gestures from Jimal. 

I mean Harmonize got an apology billboard and bought Kajala a Range Rover! But this is not about the Tanzanian love birds.


Jimal seems to be trying yet again to woo his wife Amira over.

On his Instagram stories, Jimal yet again acknowledged that he had failed but hinted at the fact that he was working on himself and promised he would be someone whom his wife can be proud of.

He wrote, "Maybe I am not the best person in your life, but one day you will hear my name and say damn! he is different and he changed,"


While audio from the song, 'Spirit Lead Me' played in the background.

Image: Instagram

Following the post was a video of Jimal singing along to a bongo tune of a man crying over his estranged lover who has even deleted the man's phone number and does not want anything to do with him.

Amira just like last time is remaing mute in regards to Jimal's post, though some of her Instagram posts do appear as cryptic messages to the father of her kids.

She posted a video of herself driving while Mejja's "Kanairo dating" played along, followed by a video of her singing along to " Jeraha" by Otile Brown and Jovial.

And that's not all four days ago, the businessman had posted a photo of him looking sad and deep in thought and captioned it, " I forgive myself for not being perfect..."

Jimal a week ago openly admitted to having failed as a husband in a long Instagram post.

Part of his post read, "

"To say the least, It was chaos! it was messy! it was downright ugly! I may have seemed un-bothered but I was helpless. I knew it was wrong, I knew you were hurting but I just couldn’t get myself together! I apologize for all the disrespect, for all the embarrassment, for all the hurt, for all the pain, for all the trauma.....I failed and I admit it"

   The entrepreneur said he was making the public apology because the disrespect was just as loud and public.

Amira responded to the post 4 days later saying that it had triggered her.

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