Connect with us


“His Second Wife Hasn’t Given Birth Since 2014” – Woman Sent Packing By Her Ex-Husband’s Parents For Not Conceiving Reveals



A Kenyan Woman Children


A Kenyan woman named Josephine Achary Akongo has told how her ex-husband’s parents kicked her out because she had no children.

Josephine, who is from Ahero Kisumu County, Nyando Sub County, opened up about her ordeal in a recent interview with Standard Media.

According to her, she was kicked out of the house because she couldn’t conceive for her husband, and he married a second wife in 2014. Unfortunately, his second wife has not been able to have children since they got married nine years ago.

Josephine went on to reveal that she had a child while she was still in school and before marrying her ex-husband.


Woman sent

“I didn’t find it easy after realizing that I was pregnant. It was funny because some visitors came to our place to bring dowry for my cousin, and as girls, we were invited to entertain them. That’s how I got involved with a guy for just one night, and that’s how I conceived. Unfortunately, the guy disappeared afterward,” she said.

“I learned in day school, but I spent most of my time outside the school due to frequent illness. Eventually, my mother discovered what was happening and she was constantly reminding me of how I had wasted her hard-earned money.

“In school, students disapproved of me and often laughed at me. During that time, getting pregnant was considered taboo. However, despite being in Form Four, I persevered and managed to sit my national exams, though I didn’t perform as well as expected. It was far from an easy experience,”

“I met my first husband in our estate in Kisumu, and we began courting. However, our courtship didn’t last for even a year before we started cohabiting. I went to visit him at his workplace in Eldoret, at Keiyo South Constituency, and I never returned home because he told me we were now living as husband and wife. I informed my family, and he informed his, and we started our life together as a couple,”

Speaking on how her husband and in-laws responded to her inability to have a child, she said,

“My mother-in-law didn’t like me from the very first day. Despite this, everything seemed to be going well after we got married in January 2006, until 2013 when I decided to stay at my in-laws’ home,”

“My husband had started working in Migori, not far from our home. The struggle of not being able to have a child began immediately after moving in with my mother-in-law in the same compound.

“I tried to ignore their comments and advice, but they persisted and eventually urged their son to marry another woman and have children of his own. He secretly married another woman, and when I found out and confronted him, he blatantly told me that he wanted children who would inherit his modest wealth. The fight continued as he lived with his second wife at his workplace while I lived alone at home.

“He neither came home nor sent money. One day, his father called me and demanded that I leave their compound. I stood my ground, reminding him that it was his son who brought me there, and therefore, he should be the one to chase me away. After some arrangements, my husband and his second wife came and told me to leave immediately. I packed my belongings and my daughter and left peacefully.

The mother-of-one said she suffered greatly after being thrown out of her husband’s home.

“Initially, I struggled without a reliable source of income, especially with a daughter to take care of, considering she was in a private school. My daughter excelled in her KCPE exams and received a sponsorship from Equity. Fortunately, she also passed her Form Four exams with a clean A and secured a place at Nairobi University, still under the Equity scholarship. Before joining campus, Equity provided her with an opportunity to work at their banks, which enabled her to earn a good income and support us.”

According to Josephine, her ex-husband, and in-laws now want her back after seeing her daughter’s academic success.

“My ex-husband and his family want us to reconcile because things haven’t been going well for him since I left. They have started to see the success my daughter and I have achieved despite the challenges we faced. They realize that their initial doubts about my daughter’s education due to financial constraints were unfounded, as she is now nearing completion of her studies at the university. Interestingly, my ex-husband has been unable to have any children with the second wife he married in 2014.”

Speaking on what she learned from this ordeal, she said:

“I want people to understand that patience pays off and that one shouldn’t destroy their marriage solely because of the inability to conceive. God’s timing is always the best. Additionally, women should strive to work hard and be responsible.”



Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Man Sends Wife To School After She Worked As Cleaner To Send Him To Canada To Study [Video]




A Canada Cleaner Finance


A man living abroad has sparked backlash on social media after revealing his wife worked as a cleaner to finance his studies in Canada.

In a video reel that has gained popularity on the video-sharing app, TikTok, the man shared his growth and wonderful story.

He revealed that his wife had a demanding job as a bathroom cleaner and used the money she earned to pay for his education.


The man returned the favor by sending her back so she could finish her studies.

Captioning the video, he wrote,

“When your wife cleaned the bathroom to send you to school in Canada. You then become a bank manager and send her to school.”

Watch the video below,

Housekeeper Job Openings In Canada Apply Now!

We are currently seeking a skilled and experienced Housekeeper to join our team in Canada. We are looking for a hardworking and dedicated individual who can work well in a team and take direction from supervisors.

The ideal candidate should have experience in housekeeping and be familiar with the tools and equipment used in the field.

Job Summary

A Housekeeper works alone or as part of a team in the cleaning of rooms. As a Housekeeper, you will be responsible for cleaning and maintaining the guest rooms, public areas, and other designated areas of the hotel. You will be responsible for ensuring that the hotel is clean, safe, and comfortable for guests and that the hotel’s standards of cleanliness are met.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

The ideal applicant will be expected to effectively discharge the following;

  • Cleaning and sanitizing guest rooms and public areas
  • Making beds, changing linens and towels
  • Dusting and vacuuming
  • Restocking guest room amenities
  • Reporting maintenance issues to the supervisor
  • Following safety protocols and regulations
  • Performing other related duties as required

Required Skills and Qualifications

The ideal candidate for this role should;

  • have a renowned work ethic
  • be able to work efficiently in a team
  • have experience in housekeeping or a related field
  • be able to lift heavy materials
  • have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • possess the legal backing to work in Canada (work permit)

As a Housekeeper, you will need to have strong physical stamina and be able to lift heavy materials. You will also need to be able to work in various weather conditions and be able to stand for long periods of time. You should also have good communication skills and be able to work well with others.

Salary Expectations and Benefits

The salary expectation for this role is between $15 and $20 per hour.

In addition to a competitive hourly rate, we also offer a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, and vision insurance.

We also provide opportunities for advancement and encourage all of our employees to continue their education and training in order to advance their careers.

How to Apply

To apply for the Housekeeper job position, you can either follow the attached link below to apply directly through the company’s website or submit your resume and cover letter to the company’s email address on the website. (Continue reading)


Continue Reading


“I Can’t Calm Down” — Garri Lady Davido Gave N2M Sheds Tears As Someone Gifts Her Brand New iPhone 14 Pro Max (Video)





Okoli Chinonye, ​​the viral young lady whom the DMW Boss, Davido, recently gave N2 million, has been surprised with an iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Days after Davido gifted her 2 million naira over her viral Garri drinking video, Okoli Chinonye is now the proud owner of an iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphone. An excited Chinonye took to her TikTok account to share this wonderful development.

Okoli Chinonye, iPhone 14 ProMax, Davido, N2m

The young woman burst into tears and struggled to contain her joyful emotion as she unwrapped the new phone in front of the camera. She expressed her shock at the phone gift and thanked her patron and influencer, Tunde Ednut for sharing her video.


Chinonye pleaded with social media users to help her thank whoever gave her the phone. “All I can say is God is not done with me, it’s just getting started and I’m ready for it,” She Wrote On TikTok.

Watch the video she shared below:


All I can say it God is not done with me it’s just getting started and I’m ready for it #fyp #newphone #14promax🍎 #unboxing #trending #okolichinonye #okoliclassic @mufasatundeedunut

♬ original sound – Okoli classic


Continue Reading


Designer Of Nigeria’s Flag, Pa Taiwo Akinkunmi Dies At 87




Pa Michael Taiwo Akinkunmi Flag


Nigerian civil servant and the designer of the National flag, Pa Michael Taiwo Akinkunmi has died at the age of eighty-seven (87).

According to his family, Pa Michael Taiwo Akinkunmi died in the early hours of Tuesday, August 29th, following a brief illness.

One of his children announced his tragic death on Facebook.


“Life is indeed transient; I can say boldly that you live a life with a landmark. Continue to rest, my father! Pa Michael Taiwo Akinkunmi (O.F.R.): Great Man has gone.”

The late Pa Michael Taiwo Akinwunmi, born on May 10th, 1936, had his primary education at Baptist Day Secondary School, Ibadan, and his secondary education at Ibadan Grammar School. He started his career as a civil servant at the Ibadan Secretariat and then went abroad to the Norwegian Technical College to study agricultural engineering.

While living abroad in 1958, Akinkunmi came across an article in a national newspaper requesting for ideas for the Nigerian flag in light of the country’s impending independence from British rule. His application was selected as the best among approximately 2,000 others.

A red sun with flowing rays was placed on the white band of the initial flag design, which was bordered by two green bands. The oversight committee ultimately left the sun to create the current design.

The ingenuity and subtlety of Akinkunmi’s design were key factors in his choice (the white band symbolizes peace, while the green bands reflect the country’s immense natural resources and forests). On Independence Day (October 1, 1960), the American flag was raised in place of the British Union Jack.

When Akinkunmi’s project was chosen, the government gave him 100 pounds. Additionally, President Goodluck Jonathan awarded him the MON (Member of the Order of the Niger) award.



Continue Reading