The mother of 5 took to her Instagram page to gush over the relationship of former Kisumu governor Mr. Anyang Nyongo and his wife.
But mostly she focused on Nyongo's wife praising her for being a loving and patient wife, qualities she hopes to harness as she looks forward to walk down the aisle once again
She wrote, " Aiii ,When I grow up . I want to be loving patient and a humble wife like my mentor MAMA COUNTY Her Excellency Min Lupita. Buonjo moooos ,to tero wach moooos , I love the way this couple is taking love to the next level "
Akothee went on to add that the two were a good example of love and the fact that marriage works.
"Role Models For marriages that last and still still tight ndio hii sasa. I am learning . And in my next marriage ,I look up to them.Women love your husbands marriage works 💪 Love you." The rest of her post read.
Years back Akothee was married to childhood sweetheart Jared Okello who is the father of her three daughters.
The couple tied the knot in an SDA church setting only to get divorced later.
In a post on social media post, Akothee revealed it took her around 6 years to heal from the trauma of the divorce.
"When you lose a loved one, you mourn you are broken once for the loss, you hurt you miss them, and with time you heal! You start learning how to live without them," wrote the energetic singer.
Touching on the difference between going through a divorce especially when you have kids, Akothee says it becomes a constant battle where you are always hurt.
She added, "Breaking up with a loved one and leaving you behind with his / her copies is not something you can deal with in 3/ 4 years, this takes time. . If you have to divorce or break up, do it decently (sic) you are not the first or last, people survived. We are with you in prayers."
It is beautiful to see the entrepreneur still believes in not only love but marriage as well as she recently revealed relationships drain her days after breaking up with her manager Nelly Aoks.
She wrote, " it's just a personal decision, I need time to concentrate on my newfound happiness with less destruction, I need to work on myself and my career, I am not ready for any commitment."