- Matatu Operators Association chairman Jamal Ibrahim alias Roho Safi has finally given up on social media following trolls from netizens over marital issues with his two wives.
- After the scandals, Jamal opted to quit social media and live a quiet and private life away from the glare of prying eyes of the public.
Matatu Operators Association chairman Jamal Ibrahim alias Roho Safi has finally given up on his popular Instagram page after being trolled by netizens over his marital drama involving his two wives.
The businessman’s Instagram page had garnered over 600k followers as he was very active on the platform where he shared details of his flamboyant lifestyle.
His fans have since been left mystified wondering why he made such a drastic actions leaving them and gossip bloggers to guess his next moves.
This comes a fortnight after his first wife Amira and second, socialite Amber Ray, engaged in a heated argument publicly in their Syokimau neighbourhood in Machakos County over their shared hubby.
Reports indicated that an irate Amira allegedly confronted Amber at her house within the same estate and started hurling insults at her prompting her to retaliate as she declared her undying love for her latest wealthy husband.
Days after the drama, Amira came out accusing Jamal of threatening her and labelled him a broke man who survives only on loans.
However, Jamal responded to the claims saying he needed the huge loans to finance his various businesses.
“I will not lie, I take loans to finance my businesses. Every business person in this country that has a humble background, you have to take a loan to raise yourself to go higher,” he said.
The Matatu Operators Association boss further revealed that he owed three banks over Sh320 million in loans that he used to finance his various business ventures.
“I owe KSh150 million in loans to a bank and another KSh80 million and another KSh90 million. If you owe three banks that amount then you have a good income to sustain those loans.
"A bank is not your mother’s house to check-in and they will just front you the cash. They have to look at your net worth, assets and then decide to give you a loan,” he wrote.
After the scandals, Jamal opted to quit Instagram and live a quiet and private life away from the glare of prying eyes of the public.
“I want to be private for a while. I will be off social media and that is why I have decided to deactivate all my social media accounts.