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"What Happened To Me After I Relocated To Kenya With My Husband. It Was Difficult."Makenzie Narrates

Makenzie was born and raised in Georgia in America in a family of five children. She went to school like her peers and graduated from the university. She pursued her career in Music and that's how she met her Kenyan husband who was working in America.

Her husband was a music producer who had left his village in Meru to work in America. He helped her to produce several albums but her music career didn't do well in the states. The two were close and they spent most time together. Within no time they fell inlove and had a relationship.

After months of dating they got married in church and they were blessed with their first child soon after. Life went on and they were blessed with two more children within a period of five years.

Makenzie and her husband would visit Kenya on holidays and after she stayed at her husband's village in Meru for a month she knew that one day she would like to relocate and live in Kenya.

A few years later they build a house in Kenya while they were still in America and made plans to relocate completely in the country. When they arrived things didn't go as planned. The culture was completely different and also the infrastructure.

Makenzie suffered a culture shock, from the food to the lifestyle and lack of some basic needs that she thought were provided by the government. The power outages, lack of enough water and dry seasons were even hard for her.

"The food and the culture was completely different and it was difficult to adapt the new life." Makenzie says.

She could barely drive because the roads and the care are different. She suffered stomach upsets together woth her children doe to the introduction of new goods to her digestive system. However non of these things changed her mind on relocating to Kenya.

She says that it has been a challenge but with time she believes that she will adopt to the new lifestyle and embrace the Kenyan culture. She is greatful to the people of Kenya and her village for the love they've shown her and her family from the day they relocated to this country.

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