- Love has been defined severally but this couple is the true definition of what love should be
- Fenny Akinyi from Homa Bay and Wade Welch from Pennyslvania have redefined love in their own standards
- The two found love despite coming frm different continents, race and age gap
- Wade a recovering addict and Akinyi, a village girl from Homa Bay met in July 2013 and as they say the rest is history
Fenny Akinyi is one of the ladies living to define the phrase: Love defies all odds.
She was living at her sister's place in Mwiki, before she met the love of her life, Wade Welch,
The two love birds met in July 2013, Fenny didn't know English but but determined to build their love life, she started learning the queens lingo.
They went to her parents in Homa Bay and he promised to marry her if he failed to reconcile his failed marriage.
The two proudly declare the love they have for each other by sharing photos and love messages on social media.
"Fenny came to me in July 2013 knowing very little English. She came every day and cooked for me, cleaned. She did my laundry and sat with me when I was lonely before going back to her sister's place where she was staying."
He is from Pennyslvania, a recovering addict and he always posts religious and inspirational messages on his facebook pgae
"Over the months she learned English from listening to me talking to people and she told me her life story in her village. I soon went to her village to meet her parents who also spoke very little English but Fenny was able to translate for me."
He is a divorce and married Fenny in 2016
"Her father told me he didn't have the money to keep her in school and he was concerned for her future. At the time I was still married and hoping to reconcile my failed marriage so I told Fenny and her dad that if things did not work out with my marriage I would take care of Fenny."
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