Bernard , a 35 year old man from Kitui says he is happily and madly in love with his 70 years old wife Debora Jan. During an interview with Tuko, Bernard revealed that he met the love of his life in 2017 on Facebook. He was denied a visa several times in 2018 when he attempted to secure one to go and meet his princess and in 2020, Deborah decided to personally come to Kenya instead.
They stayed in Kitui for months and decided to stay pure until marriage sleeping in different rooms for months. In February 2021, the two finally tied the knot at Sheria house with only two witnesses available to sign their certificate. He added that he is genuinely in love with his wife even though some people think that he is with her for the money and that she is just his sponsor.
He also adds that his wife was a God sent angle who has been supporting him ever since he lost his job last year when the Covid 19 pandemic struck. "She is very loving, She calls me three times a day. I enjoyed every moment we spent together when she was here ....in bed and everything" Musyoka stated.
Deborah has since returned to the US after the expiry of her Visa and he hopes to join her there someday.
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