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A woman from hell stole everything including our mattress. I slept on the floor for days

I have been living with my wife for 8 months and we have been planning a lot for ourselves since time was running very fast.

She even convinced me to start a saving in her own name in which I have been banking atleast 5,500 every month. I did this out of love. After all, I have never suspected what she was planning to do to me.

This is a sad story which I never wanted to share out but because I am sorted and back to my normal life, I now feel I should share this with the rest of the world.

So one Monday I returned from job a very tired man. As usual, every Monday I usually late to come back due to the workload after the weekend. She (my wife) knew exactly that. On arrival at my Athi River home, I knocked my door but she did not open; neither was she responding. I became suspicious.

I decided to ask for a spare key from a neighbor who gave to me and when I opened, I found my house completely empty. She had carried everything including a cooker. Blankets and beds were all swept. This was so inhuman. Stressed, I sat down for 45 minutes pondering what next. A neighbor came by and disclosed to me how a mini-lorry had come during lunch hours to ferry my households. That when they tried to find out what was happening, she told them we were moving elsewhere. When I heard this I immediately grew weaker. It was one of the historic trying moments in my life. I couldn’t breathe normal.

I then took my phone and then tried to call her but she was Mteja, “Namabari ya mteja uliopiga haipatikani kwa sasa”. I told myself terrible! She had caught me unawares. I asked myself silently what I would tell my family back home since I had already done all the introductions required and assured them of my stable marriage. This was quite so embarrassing.

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After an hour or so, another neighbour who appeared to sympathize with my situation welcomed me into his house. He then offered me a room to spend the night. But before we slept, he told me a moving story. That at one point in his life he also went through the same but he countered it with herbs. He narrated to me how he had to approach a herbalist who helped get the culprit. Who paid for her actions dearly. And who am I. I did the same to recover mine

 

 


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