The late Acentus Akuku Danger had once made headlines for having the highest number of children in the country totalling upto 210 children. However, his case might had been quite different since he also had about 40 wives. Well, an almost similar case has been making headlines lately concerning a Kakamega woman who has sired a total of 20 children under the demands of her husband.
Centrix Wekesa who reveals to be unhappy with the trend now states that her circumstance is prompted by the husband Antony Wekesa; who has always insisted on having many children. Nevertheless, Antony still demands more children on top of the already existing 20.
"Bado anataka tu wengine zaidi." Centrix revealed.
The woman further confessed that her bid to seek family planning services bore no fruits after her husband seriously clashed with her over the action. Antony also states that he is not a proponent of such Western cultures. Among few Kenyans who reacted to this story was popular Comedian YY who utterly denounced the actions of Antony.
"...so if you're making someone pregnant every year, when will she even have a life." YY stated.
Other Kenyans have also elicited mixed reactions in regard to these turn of events. A few have also backed up the couple, stating that it is a human obligation to fill the earth.
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