I am a Primary School teacher in Makueni. I got a transfer from Nyeri last year.
I am married with three children. My wife runs an M-PESA shop in Nyeri. Before I was transferred, we used to be close to each other, she loved me so much.
The first three months after I got a transfer, she was okay with me, she made sure she said hey even when I wasn’t near my phone. We were very close. But as time went by, I realized that something was wrong when I called her, she wasn’t as enthusiastic as before… she could pick my call and respond as if she was responding to a stranger. I just said it’s because she is maybe busy with taking care of our children.
After a while I heard from a friend that she was moving with a traffic police officer. The friend told me that he had spotted the officer severally going to my house in wee hours. I took him serious and came personally to confirm. A day before I came, I told my wife that I was supervising exams, so I won’t make it that weekend. I made her psychologically aware that I won’t be near the house. That day I traveled and camped in my friend’s house, who lives in an apartment near our house.
At exactly 9 pm, my friend came shaking, he pointed outside the window, “look, that’s the man”. I saw a well-built man enter my house, my wife hurriedly opened the door and closed it after the man entered.
I waited for about 30 minutes, then tiptoed straight to where my bedroom was situated, I was outside of my house. This is what I heard:
Ingiza yote afande.
Then nikasikia bibi akisema,
Nimeinua vizuri, zama ndani sasa, katambe.
Tears started flowing freely down my cheeks. I wanted to push the door open but I feared the police might kill me. I then called my wife and informed her that I have heard everything. This is what she answered,
Ukitaka unaezaniacha. Kwanza kesho nahama.
I went to my friend’s house and slept until the following morning, when I boarded a vehicle and went straight to Makueni.
Upon arrival, I got this message from my wife, “come and close your house,I have moved on”.
From that day, she started living with that police officer.
I stayed for 7 months with depression, desperation and despair. But one day I said I won’t leave my children behind.I started looking for a solution. For a whole month,I had figured out what to do in order to win my wife back,Luckily,a fellow teacher introduced me to Dr Mugwenu. He told me he had faced the same situation and after he consulted the Dr, he managed to win his wife back.
After a month, my wife separated with her police officer. Shockingly, she personally came to Makueni to apologize. We are now together.