For over a month now, we have witnessed the intense battle between first wives who are often referred to as goat wives, and second wives who are often referred to as sidechicks. It looks like the first wives are winning after they made a bigger step in their camp an hour ago.The battle between the two parties became intense when Nairobi's bussiness man Jimal Rohosafi, publicly declared his love for his second wife Amber Ray. Amber Ray is a well known Kenyan socialite and bussiness woman.After the announcement, Jimal's first wife Amira was seen moving on with her life as a first wife, and insisted that she was not going anywhere as the legal wife. Amira gained a huge following within the period of the 'controversy'. She also started promoting small bussinesses by advertising them on her instagram stories for a small fee.This evening, a well known Kenyan bussiness woman and wife Sarah Kabu has called out Amira and requested her to teach her fellow first wives on how to hustle like a first lady of a rich man. Sarah Kabu and the husband are the owners of Bonfire Adventures, a leading travelling company in Kenya.Hours later, Sarah Kabu took to her instagram account and requested first wives to follow Amira on her instagram account, as she is the newly selected goat wives ambassador of positivity.Jimal's second wife Amber Ray has currently unfollowed Jimal on his instagram account. The two haven't been spotted together since Saturday. Who do you think will win this war? First wives or second wives? Share with us your opinions in the comment section.
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