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A man who was gone for 47years comes back home and find his wives doing this then he complains


Peter Oyuk, a 84-year-old Kenyan, gets back to track down that the two women he deserted 47 years prior have remarried. As indicated by The Standard, the octogenarian left his Makale town in Malava, Kakamega district, at 37 years old. 

He told his family that he was leaving for greener fields since he had two spouses and five kids to really focus on, however he didn't determine where he was going or when he wanted to return. In spite of the way that he lived close to his family, Oyuka visited Kakamega in 1983, 1992, and 1996 yet never entered his home. 

His better half in the end remarried after an extensive stretch of pausing. Oyuka got back to his town on September 21st, when only a couple of individuals knew what his identity was. One of his girls in-law nearly called the police since she thought he was a more bizarre who had intruded into the complex. 

As indicated by Luhyia custom, a white goat was killed to assuage the precursors before the reckless child was permitted once again into the family. The lady he left behind had remarried and had disregarded him, as indicated by the returnee. 

Subsequent to getting back, Oyuka told the columnists that while he was glad to see his family, he was frustrated that his significant other didn't hang tight for him. "I wish my better half was here today to invite me home," he replied. "I wish both of my ladies good luck at their weddings." He said, "I'd like them to realize that I'm as yet alive and that they should make future time see me." 

At the point when he was from home, he was accepted to have gone through 13 years in Tanzania, a close by country. He met and wedded a Tanzanian lady, and they had a youngster together. After his visit in the nation reached a conclusion and he got back to Kenya, correspondence between the two floated off. 

"My Tanzanian accomplice has quit speaking with me and has wouldn't allow me to meet our child," he asserted. A Facebook post in which a Good Samaritan delivered insights regarding the elderly person and asked prompts his family prodded Oyuka's re-visitation of the home he abandoned. 

Aggrey Osanji, his 53-year-old child whom he deserted when he was six, ended up seeing the post and reached the specialists, following which he was gotten back. Oyuka additionally showed that his wellbeing had been declining and that the cash he had produced using onion cultivating had been spent on medication, which was one reason he was anxious to get back.

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Kenyan Makale Malava Peter Oyuk The Standard


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