An obituary has caused mixed reactions among social media users with some questioning the motive of the deceased co-wives after the two came up with a parallel obituary for their deceased husband. According to an obituary that has been circulating online for the better part of this afternoon, the deceased who goes by the name David Njoroge Mwaura died on August 19, after a short illness.
A messy and noisy funeral may be witnessed during the burial of the retired military officer colonel David Mwaura njoroge who is set to be laid to rest on 26th August 2021 in Githunguri sub county in Kiambu county. This follows the conflict between his two wives who have published two different obituaries and in the same local newspaper each claiming to be the legal wife of the deceased.
Arab countries have been known to employ domestic workers from mostly Africa and most of the time these ladies go through a lot while working there. In the recent past, we have seen different ladies coming forward to ask for help to be rescued from their bosses who mostly torture them telling them that they were bought.
A Kiambu family that appears to be divided over their kin's marital status has published two parallel obituaries in local newspapers. According to the information in the two separate obituaries, the point of contention appears to be whether Lt.Col. (Rtd.) David Njoroge Mwaura married two wives or divorced the first.In both obituaries, the message is a replica of the other save for where the marriage status of the deceased is written.
A local newspaper has covered a story of a family which has posted two obituaries for their deceased family member. The family in kiambu is seen to divide over the deceased marital status. The question that arise is whether the deceased had two wives or had divorced the first wife.
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