Eldoret middle aged lady Identified as Lucy Chemutai who announced to Kenyans that she is looking for a husband has allegedly found the soulmate she has been looking for.
Chemutai posed for a photo with her alleged newly found lover while in an introduction meeting at a poular hotel. She was looking for anyone ready to marry wheather broke, rich, young or old regardleass of appearance.
Chemutai surprised Eldoret residents when she took to it to the streets to decry husband scarcity. The middle aged lady appeared to be experiencing a problem in identifying a serious young man that could marry her.
This is not something new to Kenyans as there are hundreds of Kenyan ladies who look for husbands through radio stations and finally get connected. Such connections may last by some turn into tears.
Finding a good husband is not easy nowadays,ladies allege that most boys or men only want relationships but usually quit if a girl insists on marriage. Chemutai might have gone through a lot before she decided to publicly announce that she needed a man
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