A man named Issa Kasili caught his wife cheating with his friend and moved to demand Ksh 240, 000 as compensation. His wife was sleeping with Mayombi Mwela under the sheets as they had the best of the moments connected by the God precious gifts.
However as fate would have it, a man cannot find his wife cheating and keep quit just like the vise versa is true. He has moved on to demand Ksh 240,000 that he paid as dowry before he allowed the two to move on with their relationship.
The man was angered by the fact that his friend revealed to his wife that he was incapable. It's a matter that has shocked many people leaving everybody in utter shock and belief of how someone would cheat on their husband just based on one factor of incompetence in bed and not others.
However according to the husband to the wife, he will be comfortable if his wife's new husband will return the money back that he paid as dowry. He is clear he needs money to the tune of Ksh 240,000 to let his wife off his grip.
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