A woman in Kileleshwa took her husband’s Phone and checked his Facebook activities; she saw romantic chats with women. She sat down and thought of a way to separate him from the women.
She came up with a beautiful plan, without even the husband’s knowledge.
1- She copied all his chats with one of the women.
2- She opened a new Facebook account with a Male name.
3- She sent a friend request to the husband, he accepted the request.
4 – She introduced herself to him. She wrote in the text “I’m Kīmandi Wa Gathung’wa by name, a Member of Mungiki.
I saw all your chats with my wife. I want to warn you to stay away from her if you really want to remain alive.
To clear any element of doubt, I have all the chats with me and here they are, you can see.
5- So, if you don’t stop chatting with my wife, I will slaughter you like a goat.
6- I know you. I know your name is James Karanja, your father’s name is Maina, your mother’s name Gacheri, you have 3 children – David, Christopher and Alice.
Kinyua is your best friend and Mutiso is your neighbor. You are a Bank Manager at KCB Nairobi. You also go to work 9:30am with your friend Kinyua, you follow Argwings Kondhek Road and you spend time together.
I am warning you if you dare call, text or chat with my wife again, I will slaughter you like a goat as I said earlier”.
The wife was close to him while he read the message. As he was reading it, he kept sniffing and moaning “Wūūi Ngai wakwa! Ndakua kī ?”.
She asked him what was wrong but he said nothing.
He immediately deleted his Facebook and Whatsapp apps and every other social media app.
The following morning, he went and sold the phone in the market and bought an ordinary Nokia. He told his wife to always wake him whenever it’s time for prayers.
The woman says that since that day, her husband has been observing prayers regularly and spending more time with the family.
Isn’t that better than settling the matter with a kitchen knife? Ama namna gani? (or how do you see it?)
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