Nowadays nothing isn't hitting our ears and our minds. It very unfortunate as one of the biological father in Meru takes the wife of his son while still alive.
According to what Moses told reporters in one of the local television stations, he is not happy at all after his father took "away" his wife. Moses said that the father had paid a dowry of two cows. The father was the one who had paid the dowry of his son.
After disagreements rose the wife separated with his husband. According to Moses the father is the cause of separation. After separation, the father was annoyed and went to the girl's home and picked the two cows.
The family members of the girl were annoyed with the Father's act. They advised the lady to get back home to her matrimonial home. The son now claims that the father took away his own wife.
Do you think this was the right act that the father needed to do? It's wise that parents should not pay any dowry of their sons. Don't forget to share like and also follow.
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