I wish to burst but before I sink into depression, let me share with you what happened to me last month and how I managed to trap this silly husband.
We had exams in our college—I am a Masters student. My husband was fully aware when I have exams I don’t come home early since we finish classes at 8.30pm.I told him to take care of our house until I come—I also told my maid to prepare food early and keep some in the hotpot.
After I arrived in clas,we waited for the lecture to come only to be told that the exam had been postponed to the following day because the lecturer wasn’t feeling well.It was around 6pm so I said instead of waiting to be stuck in traffic, let me take a lift with my friend’s car and arrive at my home before my kid has gone to sleep.
Immediately I arrived at home, I knocked the door but nobody opened. I thought maybe my husband had gone to the market and the maid was preparing food. When I listened carefully, I heard noise from the bedroom,Aki Joash,stop it,tutashikwa”.My husband replied,wacha tu,kamoja ndio nilale”.When I heard that statement, my adrenaline rose and I almost collapsed. I knocked the door hard and shouted, “what’s happening here? “That when my husband came and opened the door.
I asked why all the noise and he game a lame excuse that he was chasing a rat and the maid was only trying to stop him from running on a slippery floor. I didn’t buy that statement but I vowed to catch them one day.
The following week, that was September 26 I sought for help from one of the people who help couples get stuck in the middle of the act. I had obtained the contacts of Dr Mugwenu.
At first I thought it was a crazy act but then I had made a decision to catch my husband red handed. I called the Dr and arranged for a meeting. On a Saturday we met at Nairobi’s Afya Centre and he took me to his office where I explained my problems. I was shocked that he is the man behind many cases of couples getting stuck.
The following week after Mugwenu did what he did I received a call from my mother that my sister’s dowry was being paid and I must be present. I told my husband about the story and told him I will be away for the whole weekend.
On a Saturday morning while I was cooking chapatti, I heard my phone ring and it was my husband who was calling. I picked the call and from his voice, he wasn’t well. He told me to hurry up because he was dying. When I asked why he explained that our maid trapped him and they are stuck. I just laughed as I listened to him.
That evening I travelled to Nairobi and at the same time informed Mugwenu about the issue.I also consulted my friends on the way forward.
When I arrived at home my husband pleaded with me to forgive me and promised to give me Ksh 1 million to undo what I did. It’s after I obtained the money that I set him free and divorced him.