The popular singer has been taken to court by a businesswoman who claims he has been neglecting his responsibilities of providing for their five-year-old daughter since February 2017.
Why I Stopped Paying for Child Support - Singer Alikiba
Nairobi News, 11 May 2018
Newly-wed bongo flava star Alikiba has finally explained why he stopped paying for child support for his 5 year old daughter whose mother recently took him to court. Read more »
Newly-Married Alikiba Dragged to Court Over Child Support
Nairobi News, 9 May 2018
Just days after his two weddings to his Kenyan sweetheart, Amina Khaleef, and with a planned trip to Venice, Italy for his honeymoon on track, bongo flava star Alikiba has been… Read more »
Minister Offers to Foot Alikiba's Honeymoon in Venice
Nairobi News, 1 May 2018
Tanzanian tourism Minister Dr Hamis Kigwangalla has offered to pay Alikiba's honeymoon bills. Read more »
The popular singer AliKiba and his brother decided to have a joint white wedding, following their separate Muslim weddings. The two brothers walked down the aisle with their wives ... Read more »
The popular singer married Kenyan fiancee Amina Khalef in an invite-only ceremony in Mombasa. AliKiba inked a multi-million deal to have his wedding televised live on Azam TV. Read more »
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