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    Man tries to ‘auction’ unfaithful wife

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    By James Kuria

    There was shock and consternation on Tuesday evening last week when a man put up his unfaithful wife for sale at Kamukunji market in Solai, Nakuru District.
    The woman was brought to the market strapped to a mkokoteni (push cart) with a rope with the man, Joseph, shouting: "Bibi kwa bei nafuu! Nunua yeye kama unaweza. (A wife at cheap price! Buy her if you can)".

    In his sale’s pitch, the man explained that the two had been married for two years. They had a magnificent church wedding that was even attended by the area MP.
    Life was good for them before they got their firstborn child. The woman, he explained, used to be diligent with her domestic chores like cooking, washing utensils, cleaning the house and taking care of her husband.

    Carefree woman
    Then after delivering their first child she slackened in her duties and even started forgetting to take a bath. The husband surprised his listeners when he revealed that his wife even went for a week without touching water. "She was not like that during our courtship," he complained. "Now I’m fed up with her and she will no longer live in my house."

    Joseph said that whenever he complained about her laziness, the woman always offered the excuse that she was too busy looking after the baby. Sometimes he was forced to cook, clean the house and even washing her clothes.

    When they had visitors, Joseph would first hide so that they did not know about his henpecked status. He would later pretend to be coming out of the bedroom. Sometimes neighbours would find him washing the baby or cleaning the house while the wife reposed on the living-room seat. Some laughed at him while others advised him to divorce her and marry a more caring wife.

    Whenever the thought of divorce entered his head he would consult church elders for advice and prayers. But after some time, Joseph started hearing rumours from neighbours that his wife was being unfaithful.

    Joseph decided to try and catch her red-handed. On Tuesday last week, he informed her that he was going to a church meeting that could take four hours.
    The wife beamed with excitement and hurriedly prepared his departure. They bade goodbye and the hubby pretended to go past the gate but instead went around the fence to the backyard where he patiently waited.

    While there, he heard the wife making a phone call. Her lover soon arrived on a bicycle and the two went into the house, forgetting to lock the door from inside.
    Lovers on the sideJoseph gave them time and then stormed into the house. He found them in the living room caressing each other. The wife was down her panties and a red brassiere while her lover was still fully clothed. The wife’s lover escaped through the window while she was left with her mouth agape.

    "Wewe ni malaya na mzembe na sikutaki tena kwa nyumba yangu! Leo utailaani siku uliyozaliwa (You are an indolent prostitute and I don’t want to see you in my house again! Today you will curse the day you were born!)," Joseph shouted. The wife tried to reach for her clothes but he tore them into pieces.

    Going berserk, he carried her on his shoulders to a handcart. He bound her hand and foot and pushed her away after some beatings.
    The wife cried and tried to seek mercy but her pleas fall on deaf ears. Joseph went shouting and calling for ‘buyers’ all the way to the market.

    Luckily for the woman, intervened and the two were taken to the local police station.

    Source:The Standard | Online Edition :: Man tries to ‘auction’ unfaithful wife
     
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