A woman from Kiambu has revealed that travelling to Kisii to meet her online lover she met on Facebook was her worst decision. She reveals that the man Kennedy Ogeto, not his real name used to video call as well promising her life of opulence.
The two agreed on how they wound meet and live together as husband and wife, it's a this point that she also made up her mind to travel to Kisii to meet her longtime online friend. However on reaching in Kisii, she was received by a shaggy man faded but she never gave up.
The man who used to video call her on a three bedroom house that had toilet, bedroom and opulent coaches as we all gold took her to Iron sheet house. All along in the house, she thought the man was taking her to his grandmother's house for introduction only to see the house belonged to the man
That night they slept together on the floor but sewage stinks could be smelt from a close distance. In the morning she told the man she was traveling back to Kiambu and was given Ksh 700. The man as usual went to work and she thought of selling the television but fortunately after ransacking the house, she managed to find Ksh 5,200 under the mattress. She returned back home and vowed never to dare again date especially online. Advise her as well other people who date or meet online.
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