Kenyan Man Who Went to US with Wife Now Living in Car after Altercation with Her

Kenyan Man Who Went to US with Wife Now Living in Car after Altercation with Her

  • A man who migrated from Kenya to the US is living in squalor after having a fight with his wife who remained in their house
  • The man who went on a Facebook rant said that he brought his wife from Kenya to live with him, but sadly, things didn't go as expected, and she now wants him thrown in jail
  • The man showed the interior of his car, which had a duvet, a suitcase for a change of clothes and a steering lock to avoid it being driven away by his wife

A Kenyan man living in the US has found himself in a precarious position as he has to sleep in his car after fighting with his wife.

First frame shows the belongings of the man, second frame shows the man and the third shows the locked steering wheel
A man lives in his car following an altercation with his wife. Image: Global TV Kenya.
Source: UGC

Diana wants to put me in trouble

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According to the man's claims, he brought the woman from Kenya, thinking they would live a good life, only to realise they were not getting along.

"When you hear Diana and I are quarrelling, just know we are not clout-chasing; Diana wanted to put me in trouble," he said.
"I am a coward because here in America, we are really suffering as men. I don't stay in the house because she is accusing me of something, and I am staying away because of safety. I tried living in hotels but it became too expensive so I decided to be living in my car," he added.

Going to jail is easy in America

According to the man, it is very easy to go to jail in America, even if you are innocent.

While showing the interior of his car, the man also showed that he had placed a steering lock to avoid someone stealing his car as his wife had done.

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"This is my bedroom, I will be living here for a long time as I look for another alternative. We are going through a hard time here, we don't have a life," he added.

Netizens react to man's fight with wife

Social media users had a lot to share about this man's predicament

Elena Achieng expressed:

"You are a very clever man; you'll live longer."

Selsah Mwishen reacted:

"It's unfortunate that you are faced with this challenge but I think you have made a good decision of not indulging in an act that would lead to imprisonment or deportation. Keep strong and pray for God to guard your mental and physical health. I believe that you will be able to stand again. I really empathise with those who have become homeless due to varying reasons, and I do feel you. God bless you."

Eddah UnapologeticQueen expressed:

"This is really sad! After spending all the money to bring her here in the USA, she used him."

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Manyang Malet Manyang said:

"Life in the Western world is good for single people."

Zipporah Njeri advised:

"Good reason for all men be strong don't over think about it ."

Woman who got kicked out of her home shows off new house

In other related stories, Briefly News shared the story of a woman who celebrated their new home. In a TikTok video, the woman shows off the house her mother built for her and her siblings. She also shares that this was a big milestone for them as they were chased out of their previous home.

Netizens showered the woman and her family with love and well wishes after obtaining a new home.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke

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