The residents of Misanga village in Tangaren, Bungoma county, were left dumbfounded when a mother-in-law was caught having an affair with her son-in-law.
In African traditional culture, especially in Western Kenya, if a woman dies, another woman from the same family where the woman came from can be offered to the deceased husband as the heir.
If it is a man then his young brother becomes the heir in the succession of his late brother’s estate including the wife.
However, because of civilisation and concerns over the rising cases of sexually transmitted diseases, the wife inheritance tradition has been abandoned by many Africans.
But even in the case of inheritance, a mother-in-law would not be expected to be the one to take her deceased daughter’s place in the bedroom, which is exactly what happened between Peter Misiko and his mother-in-law Beutrice Namikoye.
The spine-chilling affair between the 57-year-old Namikoye and 40-year-old Misiko shocked the village, but the pair couldn’t care less after they reportedly stole each other’s heart and fell madly in love.
The abominable relationship reportedly started after Misiko, a filthy rich businessman, lost his wife Namukuru, Namikoye’s daughter.
Those privy to the family’s affairs say she died about seven years ago in a grisly road accident and left behind three children with Misiko.
The illicit romance became a subject of the salacious village gossip and Namikoye’s husband (Peter’s father-in-law) Bakari was eventually notified.
He decided to act.
“It was hard for me to believe because it’s an abomination in our culture. It became hard for me to confront them without any tangible evidence.
So I shared with a friend who advised me to contact native doctor Kasimbi Wa Nzamba who after he inquired of his spirits confirmed the allegations were true. He then gave me concoction to introduce in my wife’s bathing water,” narrated Bakari.
Three days later, the two love birds were caught stuck in a guest house within Bungoma.
The matter was brought before village elders and the forbidden couple fined twenty cattle and five sheep, after which they separated.
The two who have since gone underground are rumoured to have been involved in the affair even when Namukuru was still alive.
The medicine man has also established himself as unbeatable star in re-uniting divorced or separated lovers. He reportedly has medicine that can influence promotion at work.
Spinning court cases and cushioning homes from spiritual and physical attacks (Majini).
In matters reproductive health, the herbalist is able to help barren women get children, treat STIs, control severe pain during menstruation period, among other issues.
He also reportedly has medicine to manage cancer, cure high blood pressure, asthma and severe headaches.
For more information, contact Daktari Kasimbi Wa Nzamba on 0722618161 and have your troubles solved immediately.
He is available in Nzambani Kitui County and Nakuru.
Source: Tuko Kenya