Two men are alleged to have mutually agreed to exchange their wives as a way of settling their differences after details of infidelity was revealed.
Josh Odour and Sakis from Busia County in western Kenya, traded wives and their children after Sakis and Odour’s wife decided to make their secret affair public.
According to KDRTV, Odour first heard that his wife was cheating with Sakis but he did not believe it.
However, he was later shocked to find his wife at Sakis’ place cleaning the dishes.
The wife then told him there that she had moved on with the Boda Boda operator.
In retaliation, Oduor is alleged to have lured Sakis’ wife who had gone back to her parent’s home and convinced her to get married to him.
The lady agreed and the two even went to inform the police about their new unions.
Odour says he is already eager to impregnate his new wife as supplement for the two she has. He added that he will do this because he was used to having three children in the house.
However, on his rival, Odour said he will have to wait a little bit longer if he wanted a kid from his new wife as she was on a long family planning method.
The practice of swapping wives is increasingly becoming common in Kenya.
In August 2019, two Kenyan women mutually swapped their husbands and signed a deal to each live with their biological children in their new marriages.
The couples signed a joint parenting agreement that was witnessed by Busia County Commissioner Jacob Narengo and Children Services Director Esther Wasige at a local hotel.