- Akothee said her mother still recognises her ex-husband as the legal in-law despite her divorce.
Akothee has said her former husband, Jared Okello is free to marry whomever he wants.
The two share three daughters.
In a recent post online, the mother of five talked about why she divorced Okello.
"Our wedding cost Sh2,500 on the 6th of July 2002," she said.
Akothee filed for divorce after five years of marriage. The divorce was finalised in 2011
"The decree was NISI (Absolute). This marriage was therefore dissolved on 22nd May 2011 by the supreme court. Both parties are free to marry whoever they want including a tree. And your opinion won't hold any water."
Akothee's post came a few days after she talked about her family being against her marrying her new white man.
Akothee said her mother still recognises her ex-husband as the legal in-law despite her divorce.
"Even if you introduce her to a billionaire, as long as you were once married, she will tell you that once your dowry was paid, you have to respect your matrimonial home," she said.
Akothee's wedding was set for December but she said she had postponed it since her sister is also getting married that month.
Editor's note: Divorce cases are not adjudicated by the Supreme Court