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Man appreciates his foreign wife for paying his bills and buying him a car after he lost his job

A 37-year-elderly person, Bernard Musyoki has uncovered that he is so fortunate to be hitched to his American spouse, Deborah Jan Spicer. 

Musyoki, a Kenyan man who hails from Kitui province, said he met 70-year-old Deborah on Facebook in 2017. 

"I sent her a companion demand, following seven days, I requested that she wed me and she acknowledged. We even traded promises inbox," he told 

In 2018, the young fellow was to go to the United States to meet his sweetheart, yet he was denied a visa, but he won't ever surrender. 

"In March 2020, I applied for a visa once more, did a meeting yet I was denied a visa," he said. 

They continued to convey, and on December 29, 2020, she chose to venture out to Kenya to meet her ideal man. 

Upon her appearance, they went to Kitui, where Musyoki resides and chose to remain abstinent until marriage. 

"We used to rest in various rooms and guaranteed each other to remain unadulterated until we traded promises. We had somebody in the house who used to reside with us," he described. 

At long last, on February 2, 2021, the two lovebirds secured the bunch within the sight of 'outsiders' who saw them trade promises as their families didn't appear. 

"My family thought it was a joke when I let them know I was getting hitched to Deborah. The person we used to live with and a digital bistro administrator we met around were available. They are the ones who marked our marriage testament," he reviewed. 

Musyoki, a large portion of his significant other's age, said he got blended responses in the wake of making a trip to Mwingi to acquaint Deborah with his family. 

"Certain individuals were saying she is my support… a wide range of stuff 

At first, my mom was not for the thought, but rather later she acknowledged Deborah," he said. 

The young fellow who used to work at a Christian NGO situated in Kitui, lost his employment in April 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and since the time his caring spouse has been covering his bills. 

"She used to send me cash and surprisingly last year, she sent me cash to purchase a vehicle," he said. 

The mild-mannered man said after marriage, they had the best four months before Deborah left. The 70-year-old, who lives in Michigan, US, had to broaden her visa for a couple of months and on June 8, she needed to leave the country before it lapsed. 

He as of late reached the US consulate trusting this time around he would be fortunate, however his application was denied once more. 

Musyoki kept up with that he is truly enamored with her not after cash. 

"Age is simply however a number. In case you love somebody, rely on your instinct. Genuine affection exists regardless of the age contrast. I love her and might want to deal with her particularly since she is maturing. 

"She is exceptionally cherishing. She calls me three times each day. I partook in each second we invested during the energy she was here… in bed and everything." 

The Kenyan man said he is confident that one day the US Embassy will give him a visa so he can rejoin with his better half.

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Bernard Musyoki Deborah Deborah Jan Spicer. Kenyan Kitui


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