- Stellah Mutahi disclosed she quit her first marriage after things got tough saying it was a violent one
-When her brother-in-law started checking up on her and her daughters, a relationship that led to marriage developed
- She moved in with her ex-husband's brother and enjoyed their marriage for eight years and out of guilt, she left
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It is normal for most women to date brothers, but when it comes to marriage, the narrative changes.
A woman identified as Stella Mutahi has left many people thinking that her story is like a movie after marrying two blood brothers.
Speaking to Monicah Kagoni, Stella disclosed she was married for 10 years but the marriage was abusive and she decided to leave.
"I was married for 10 years. My marriage was blessed with four beautiful daughters. There was so much going on in my marriage. There was violence in my marriage and I left with my children," said Stellah.
According to the mother of four, her ex-husband's brother would pay them a visit to see how they were doing after she left her marriage.
From the many visits, the two developed feelings for each other and she moved with her children to live with the man.
"My ex-husband's brother started visiting us to see how I and the girls were coping with life. From those visits, we started getting closer and we developed feelings for each other. I moved in to live with him like husband and wife for close to eight years," said the woman.
The woman disclosed that her brother-in-law who turned out to be her second husband had another wife and two children.
"By the time we met, he had a wife and two children. Our affair contributed to her leaving. My children became very cold such that they always kept things for themselves. I later left the marriage because I was guilty of my actions," she added.
Out of remorse, the woman begged for forgiveness from her sister-in-law and her children for
Meanwhile, Ervina and Prefina Bangalo, two beautiful baby girls who were born with their heads conjoined back-to-back have been successfully separated after a tough surgery.
A report by Medicalxpress.com sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that separating twins who are fused back-to-back requires an exceedingly rare surgery for an equally rare congenital defect.
This made the surgery particularly challenging since the back of the head is a far more critical place for blood supply to the brain and drainage of blood away from it.
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