Switch off the lights so that it gets sweeter and remember its two thousand today if you overstay”- She told my husband as I heard

Switch off the lights so that it gets sweeter and remember its two thousand today if you overstay”- She told my husband as I heard

“Switch off the lights so that it gets sweeter and remember its two thousand today if you overstay”- She told my husband as I heard

Hakuna kitu mbaya kama mwanaume wa kuleta mwanamke kwa nyumba yako.

I have been married for 11 years. We have 3 children and my last born is 4 months old.

Ever since the day we got married, my husband has been faithful and responsible. He loved the church and nothing distracted him from loving me. At one time I thought I had the best husband in the world. Especially when other women complained to me about their husbands.

Mimi nilikuwa nacheka tu kwa roho.

Our issues started when I was pregnant with my last born. I went for 3 months without sleeping with him and I think it is during this time he got a mpango wa kando.

My husband was not with me when I went into labour. The evening it happened, my sister called his number, but the person who picked the call was a woman.

She replied, “George ako kwa bathroom, akirudi nitampea simu apige.”

My sister asked the woman to identify herself and she responded, “hiyo usitake kujua, jua tu ako kwangu na atatoka nikimrelease.”

The phone was on loud speaker and I could hear everything. Later on, my sister called for a taxi which took me to hospital. My husband came a few hours too late and I did not ask him what he was doing out there.

I successfully delivered the baby and after two days, I was out of hospital. Still one thing was eating at me. I had tried to call my husband several times and he did not pick my calls.

I decided to leave the hospital without his company, but I thank God my sister was by my side while I was undergoing all the pain.

Wakati nilifika kwa mlango, it was raining. I entered the house without knocking and what I heard left me completely heart broken.

A woman was shouting from my bedroom, “zima lights ndio itakuwa tamu…na ukumbuke ni two thousand leo ukikaa sana.”

I thought I was dreaming and become more attentive.

Another voice came, “ouch, ouch, ohyaa, ohyaa.”

My sister pushed the door open and within no time, a lady made her way quickly past us and out of the house. I remained with my husband in the bedroom, but he also managed to sneak out of the room after few seconds of shame.

For one week, my husband did not appear at our home. He did not send me money or come to see his child. His phone was off and no one knew where the lady he was with lived.

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“Switch off the lights so that it gets sweeter and remember its two thousand today if you overstay” – She told my husband as I heard

Hakuna kitu mbaya kama mwanaume wa kuleta mwanamke kwa nyumba yako.

I have been married for 11 years. We have 3 children and my last born is 4 months old.

Ever since the day we got married, my husband has been faithful and responsible. He loved the church and nothing distracted him from loving me. At one time I thought I had the best husband in the world. Especially when other women complained to me about their husbands.

Mimi nilikuwa nacheka tu kwa roho.

Our issues started when I was pregnant with my last born. I went for 3 months without sleeping with him and I think it is during this time he got a mpango wa kando.

My husband was not with me when I went into labour. The evening it happened, my sister called his number, but the person who picked the call was a woman.

She replied, “George ako kwa bathroom, akirudi nitampea simu apige.”

My sister asked the woman to identify herself and she responded, “hiyo usitake kujua, jua tu ako kwangu na atatoka nikimrelease.”

The phone was on loud speaker and I could hear everything. Later on, my sister called for a taxi which took me to hospital. My husband came a few hours too late and I did not ask him what he was doing out there.

I successfully delivered the baby and after two days, I was out of hospital. Still one thing was eating at me. I had tried to call my husband several times and he did not pick my calls.

I decided to leave the hospital without his company, but I thank God my sister was by my side while I was undergoing all the pain.

Wakati nilifika kwa mlango, it was raining. I entered the house without knocking and what I heard left me completely heart broken.

A woman was shouting from my bedroom, “zima lights ndio itakuwa tamu…na ukumbuke ni two thousand leo ukikaa sana.”

I thought I was dreaming and become more attentive.

Another voice came, “ouch, ouch, ohyaa, ohyaa.”

My sister pushed the door open and within no time, a lady made her way quickly past us and out of the house. I remained with my husband in the bedroom, but he also managed to sneak out of the room after few seconds of shame.

For one week, my husband did not appear at our home. He did not send me money or come to see his child. His phone was off and no one knew where the lady he was with lived.

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I tried to wait for his return for 2 weeks and he never appeared. That is when I made up my mind to leave him. Did I do the right thing?

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