Two middle-aged men from Kenya are alleged to have mutually agreed to exchange their wives as a way of settling their differences.
Josh Odour and Sakis from Busia County in western Kenya traded wives and their kids after Sakis and Odour’s wife made their secret affair public.
KDRTV reports that Odour first heard rumours about the affair between his wife and Sakis.
He later went to Sakis’ house where he found his wife cleaning the dishes. There, the wife told him 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 and she agreed. Oduor said:
I went to the Boda Boda rider’s home and found my wife washing utensils among other house chores.
I asked her what she was doing there and she told me she had chosen to get married to the Boda Boda guy. I chose to trace the former wife of the Boda Boda rider and seduced her.
We then agreed to marry and we even went to the police to inform them of our decision.
Neighbours applauded the two men for settling their disputes amicably.
Odour and Sakis become the second couples from Busia to do this after Christopher Wabwire and Kevin Barasa who made headlines after they traded their wives.