Netizens on Facebook have expressed mixed reactions after a woman in Tanzania is reportedly said to have killed his husband 14 days after their weeding ceremony.
Reports from police who arrested Happy Nyasumo said that the suspect didn't love her husband but she was forced by his parents to marry him. Nyasumo had even returned to her parents home requesting them to return the dowry but the parents ordered her to return to her matrimonial home, saying they will not return the dowry.
However,on kenyans seeing this,they expressed mixed reactions and this is what they said:
Loice Wachira: People need help!people are sick!lets stop pretending that everything is okay and stop stigma on mental health!lets seek help before its too late.
Sarah Tem: was she forced?why do this to someone's son,brother,uncle et al.....so 💔
Oscar: Peoples hearts are desperately wicked.like this lady,she was to get married to my friend,but on the actual day,she said she was in a dilemma,cz she was divided btwn my friend n another boyfriend of hers.i guess this one has a spiritual husband that she loves most,that made her hate her lover to the point of killing him.
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