Exactly four years ago, the media; both mainstream and social media reflected on a love letter to the then Citizen TV anchor Kanze Dena, which went viral.
To many who were not aware that it was just a mere joke, Ms Dena was perhaps in love with a 'Banana Peddler' something that gave the letter a lot of attention.
At that time, Dena, now married to Nick Mararo and working in Kenya's powerful office; The State House spokesperson, responsible for President Uhuru Kenyatta's media briefs, was working with Citizen TV.
And just with a smartphone, Mr Albert Amenya alias Banana Peddler, was able to attract the attention of many Kenyans on his love letter.
In the letter, which he posted on Tuesday, over 8 months after Dena's marriage, Amenya brought out the picture of a desperate young man in love with a media celebrity.
"I hope you are lovely as always. No amount of written or spoken words can satisfactorily express my deep, sincerest, and everlasting love for you”only the inaudible language of the heart. My love for you beats the logics of eloquence.
"They say a picture speaks 1000 words, but when I look at yours, I only see three powerful words, I love you . Kanze, if I am asked to choose between breathing and loving you, I would expend my last breath to say I Love You," read the letter.
"My queen, if I died and God asked me what I’d like to come back as, I’d say a tear; so I can be born in your shimmering eyes, roll down your bewitching cheek, and die on your pouty lips. Every time I see you on TV, my eyes suddenly turn weak as my body goes lackadaisical.
"I always ask God, Dear Lord, of all the 6 billion plus citizens of the world, why did you create a single wingless angel in Kanze Babe, I am convinced that peradventure; God was showing off when he created you. But tell me sweetheart, did it hurt when God plucked your wings before sending you down on earth?" he added.
Walking in different paths, the two have a strong media background. For years now, Mr Amenya has been appearing in various media houses as a political analyst.
Also, in his Facebook, he usually hosts renowned politicians, scholars and ordinary Kenyans when debating contemporary issues that affects people daily.
Jokingly, he said on Tuesday that he wasn't serious about pursuing Mrs Mararo at that time, adding that he's not willing to share details of what may have transpired after he wrote the letter.