Two top-flight Kenyan footballers have been caught in a dramatic love triangle involving a well-known female fan.
Caroline Adhiambo Kisero has confirmed to The Nairobian that she has left her husband Stephen Ochola, the Ulinzi Stars Captain and one-time national team player, for Sony Sugar goalkeeper Wycliffe Kasaya.
Both players feature in the Kenya Premier League while Kisero has for years been one of the most prominent female Gor Mahia fan.
This was not what was scripted on January 11 last year when Ochola and Kisero were declared man and wife at the Attorney General’s Chambers. Months later, the union between the military side captain and the woman once nicknamed ‘Baby Gangster’ seemed to be on the rocks.
Kisero claims the final straw was when Ochola supposedly said he was not the biological father of their newborn son.
“He claimed that (child’s name withheld) was not his son. That hurt me most because I’m certain he is the father,” Kisero told The Nairobian.
She also alleges the soldier-footballer is an abusive cheat, who always humiliated her. She claims to have endured difficult times, including being confronted by one of her hubby’s supposed lovers, who is also a soldier.
“Being married to Ochola was like living on the edge,” she said.
Kisero further claims it is on record that she reported some of the alleged domestic incidents to Ochola’s superiors in the military but nothing changed.
“They warned him but he got to a point where he was saying I wanted to get him fired. I thought it was really going to work out but eventually we just couldn’t be together. He did things that really hurt me and I just had to walk away,” she claims.
It is after this that the situation took a dramatic twist when Kisero was romantically linked to Sony goalkeeper Kasaya, who is a former Gor Mahia player.