- A woman identified as Edna Mukwana has recounted how she caught her cheating husband pants down in their matrimonial bed
- The Kenyan woman revealed she sold her philandering husband to his side chick for $20 after she caught him cheating with her
- Mukwana disclosed her rival was able to pay only $17 which she used to buy clothes for her kids
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A rather interesting twist of account regarding a philandering husband details a ‘smart’ wife who cashed in on her cheating husband after she caught him red-handed with another woman.
Edna Mukwana, a Kenyan woman reportedly caught her cheating husband pants down with another woman right in their matrimonial bed.
YEN.com.gh gathers that her initial reaction was to kick him out of their home and prevent him from returning for a week.
However, Edna Mukwana offered to sell her cheating husband off to his mistress for $20 (2,000 Kenyan shillings).
The man’s side chick could only afford to send her $17 (KES 1700) and she took it without hesitation.
"My husband is married to alcohol and prostitution. I told the woman who stole her to send me 2000 Ksh in exchange at least, but she sent me 1700 Ksh. So I used all the money to buy new year clothes for my kids," Edna Mukwana is quoted as saying.
She adds that she ‘‘used all the money to buy new year clothes for my children."
She is reported as saying she does not intend to take her husband back because she cannot endure his alcoholism and adultery anymore in the new year 2020.
"I can't. I don't want to enter the new year with the harmful of 2019,'' she said.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported a white lady recounted how a Ghanaian man had his wedding halted just so he could ask her father to give her off as a second wife.
According to the lady currently resident in Fayetteville, North Carolina, with the Twitter handle, @CharisKalt, she was only fifteen at the time.
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