ELECTION COSTS HUSBAND DEAR WIFE.

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James Waweru who his political difference with his wife Naomi Syombua has cost him his marriage speaking to NairobiTimez.com on Thursday August 31,2017/PHOTO BY S.A.N.

 

BY SAM ALFAN.

The election flood came, went with its usual victims hopes and promises. It left a trail of heartbreaks, career suicides and even marriage wars.

Before carrying everything on its way, it brought together friends and nemesis, cultivating political hatred and differences which have adversely been displayed in the country since.

Social media and public events have seen messages of hatred spread like bonfire with a majority of leaders and social media users calling for peace and tolerance.

But the thought of homes getting broken due to such differences has not been much of a thought but evidently, there are a lot of homes experiencing the heat.

James Waweru is a devastated man. His political difference with his wife Naomi Syombua has cost him his marriage.

“Kuna wakati tulikuwa tunawatch tv. Ulikuwa ni ule wakati wakamba walimpigia Uhuru nduru sasa nikaambia bibi yangu, wakamba kama hawatampigia Uhuru na Mutua kura, watakuwa wajinga…..(There was a time we were watching tv. It was that time when Kambas booed Uhuru. So I told my wife, if Kambas won’t vote Uhuru or Mutua, they will surely be fools” said James.

It is those words that led Naomi pack and walk out of their 21 years of marriage.

His love for the president should not have been stronger than his marriage, he regrets. And now all he wants is for his wife and children to come back home.

He says he cannot stand the celebrations knowing his own marriage is at stake.James Waweru and Naomi Syombua are among the many couples struggling with difficult political differences in mixed marriages considering the kind of emotions many people invest in political leaders and parties.

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