The woman named Susan Shikuku tried to stop her marriage and said she was still his husband’s wife who had remarried, since they had not been legally divorced.
“We’ve got two children and we’ve got a girl. But he wanted to remarry, we’re not divorced. I love my husband. I love my husband. We only spent a short time separating. I’m not going to let my husband remarry after the church storm because we have children and we need to engage to raise our families.”
The woman said she loved her husband very much. Shikuku said both were split for a short period, not to remarry the husband. She said the husband and the children would dedicate their time to raising their family. Pastor Didmus Ndula remarried Jackata Navile, a lady named.
Furthermore, Shikuku said marriage was first scheduled in Mumia East, Shianda, for Kakamega before the movement.
“I was confused in two ways, but in both churches I had my informants.
The lady who recognized that she had only been separated for a long time promised not to marry him because she was in love with him. And he’d also devote himself to raising three girls with her.
As the drama continues, Ndula and his wife Jackata Navile use the situation and exchange vows quickly as the police are alerted and driven the couple away shortly thereafter
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