Amepata Mtu? Woman Who Begged Men To Marry Her Spotted With a Man
By mungajane | self meida writer
Published 4 days ago - 16175 views
A Woman identified as Lucy Chemutai has finally found the love of her life after she took to the street with a placard to look for a potential husband. Chemutai trended for the better part of Thursday morning for going against the odds and carrying a placard with description of the kind husband she was looking for.
She had stated that she did not care a lot about the financial status of the man, no age limit, not interested with the looks and that she just valued life only. Chemutai caught the attention of many social media users with her courage to move around Eldoret town with the placard.
In the current days many ladies do lot value marriage life and most of them just like living alone. However there are those who still leave single but not by choice. There has been 'scarcity' of men who are ready to marry and sustain their families.
What your advise on ladies who decide to leave single by choice?
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