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The man from Kisii county whose manhood was seriously injured after being bitten by his wife due to some domestic altercations has shared his sife of the story following the uneventful incident.Mr Kepha Owalo revealed that he had differences with his second wife and a fight broke out where his manhood was bitten leading to the serious injuries.
Mr Owalo is currently on treatment at the Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital (KTRH).He revealed to the press that he met his wife at a law firm in Kisii county where the two of them work together and married.
“The two of us work together in one of the law firms here in Kisii County, that is where we met and started living together in Nyanchwa area, Kisii County,” said Mr Omuko.
Despite the incident that caused grievous harm to him,Mr Omuko has said he has no issues with his wife and that he has decided to forgive her for what she did to him.He also revealed he was not aware of what was used to hit his head which also has visible injuries.
The husband's action of forgiving his wife despite the grievous ordeal has sparked some reactions;
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