–Victoria Gatwiri has taken the bold step to sick forgiveness from her co-wife
-The mother of three chose the moment to apologise to her ex-husband’s first wife for ruining her marriage
-According to the Embu woman, she did not know of the wife’s presence but only heard him talk of his children and would dodge the question if he had a wife
A Kenyan woman identified as Victoria Gatwiri has taken the bold step to sick forgiveness from her co-wife.
Speaking during an interview with Metha Ya Kagoni on YouTube, the mother of three chose the moment to apologise to her ex-husband’s first wife for ruining her marriage.
“I would like to seek forgiveness from my co-wife from the deepest part of my heart. I request her to accept my apology because I really feel sorry that the husband betrayed her and if I did not agree to her husband’s advances, he would not have betrayed her. If I did not fall into her husband’s trap, they would still be at peace… I really beg for her forgiveness so that my kids can also receive blessings. I ask her to bless my kids too since they have no mistake,” pleaded Victoria.
According to Victoria, she met her ex-husband at a friend’s graduation party but started communicating well after a year.
“I first met this man at a place called Kutus. We had been invited to a graduation party. After that, we stayed for quite some time without seeing each other until this one day he started chatting me on Whatsapp. The names he used to identify himself are not the ones I knew and so I blocked his number. We started talking again after one year,” narrated the woman.
Embu Woman’s Affair
According to the Embu woman, they would later meet with her now ex-husband after she was admitted to the hospital.
She recalls their mutual friend requesting him to go see her since she was held up at work.
“There is this one time I got sick and my friend whom we had attended her graduation with this man informed him I was sick. Since she was at work she did not manage to come. She requested him to visit me… This is how we met again and exchanged contacts and started talking,” added the Embu woman.
She recalls how things moved from just casual friendship to a relationship after leaving the hospital.
The two would later settle down together and sired two children together.
According to Victoria, she did not know of the wife’s presence but only heard him talk of his children and would dodge the question if he had a wife.
The Embu woman got to meet her co-wife after their husband fell sick and had to be admitted at the hospital.
She decided enough was enough after being together with the man for seven years and walked out of the union.