Dramatic scenes were reported in Kileleshwa, Nairobi County, yesterday evening during the evening rush hour. This came about as a result of a fight between a mother and her teenage daughter over a Mzungu Boyfriend who was rumored to be the daughter's husband.
According to the Murang'a Newspaper, the daughter took her Mzungu lover to the house, only for her mother to kidnap him and bring him back to the city. The daughter, who was enraged, began exchanging blows with her biological mother, who was also battling to keep her new husband as her new husband.
According to the accounts, this was not the first time this mother had snatched her daughter's lover from under her control. According to this young girl, her mother had kidnapped her boyfriend the previous year, and she was not going to stand by and watch her mother flee with her new Mzungu better half.
What kind of a mother are you, I don't want to give up my partner for your sake.
“Last year, I brought a white man into the house, and you went ahead and took him away from me. I'm exhausted, and today you will see what I'm made of,” the daughter said.
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