- According to Humphrey Kiama, on the night of their wedding party, his wife dumped him for another man
- The man disclosed that after the divorce, the lady went around telling people he could not sire kids, something that tore him apart
- Today Kiama is happily married and blessed with four kids, three boys and one girl
Many people who have a chance to get into the institution of marriage have a thing or two to share with others planning to walk the same path.
A Kenyan man identified as Humphrey Kiama has opened up on his life and how he ended up being a divorcee a month after saying I do.
Narrating his ordeal in an interview with Hungura Show, Kiama revealed that things were thick from the moment he said I do to his then-lover.
According to the man, the lady started showing him rejection even before they left the altar and would not agree to take photos during the bridal shoot.
"After saying our vows, we knelt down for prayers. I was holding her hand at the time and from nowhere, she threw my hand away. She even refused to take photos," said Kiama.
Kiama painfully narrated that when they went for their evening party, which was sponsored by his rich friend in Kiserian, his wife dumped him for another man.
Out of anger, he ordered her that they go home and that was the beginning of his troubles.
"A rich man organised a rich party for us in Kiserian. During the party, the lady left me to hung out with another man. I felt ashamed. When we got home, we argued a lot. After a month, we called it quits," he added.
Kiama, who is now a father of four, recounted how his ex-wife went around telling people he was impotent after ending the marriage.
According to him, he felt hurt and harboured a lot of pain inside him. He said he was neglected by Christians after the divorce.
"After we parted ways, she told people that I was impotent. I could pass somewhere or in a matatu and people would look at me in a weird way. I was in pain. Although I could not cry, I was torn apart. I later got married and today I am a father of four; three boys and one girl," opened up Kiama.
In other news, the institution of marriage has become something that most people fear to get into following the many divorce cases around the world.
Many people have told their separation stories and from the look of it, they all have one or two things in common and for Gladys Kagendo, she is not ashamed to boldly tell of how her marriage failed.
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