My name is Charles currently living in Makueni County where I have a business but my home is Western Kenya.
My daughter Purity got married last year to a Kamba man from Makueni whom he met at work and started to settle down.
As a father I had blessed that move as she had already done with her accounting studies from a reputable city college.
My daughter who has been looking forward for a very good life and a stable relationship, when she finally met the young and good-looking Kamba man, new she had hit a jackpot.
They have been planning their wedding to come mid-December to make part of their Christmas celebrations.
As parents, we have been involved in one way or the other and contribution have been going on as planned.
The Kamba man she met has been a very good Christian and respected young man who has been in constant touch with us since he started falling in love with our daughter.
However, it was last week when something happened that I think I should share here to relieve myself from this pain.
Another young lady came visiting them and has been staying with the two for three days in the same house. She was introduced to my daughter as a cousin.
The young man who wants marrying my daughter told her (my daughter) that the visitor was just a cousin who had come to pick something and leave back after the 3 days.
My daughter believed this story and relaxed knowing very well the lady would be leaving back to her home.
After a week, the visitor did not leave but continued to stay for more days when my daughter asked the husband why his visitor had overstayed, and to make matters worse, a car came next day dropping most of her clothes in suitcases.
The following day, another cab again came at around 10.30am and in it was a small boy of about 4 years who also joined us in the house. The child they had sired with the Kamba man.
At that point, my daughter sensed danger and confronted the man asking him what was happening when she was told to shut or pack.
According to how my daughter narrated this story to us, the husband straight in the aye, told her to be ready to be a second wife or quit.
“He told me that I am his second wife. That he was married long time ago and the wife had come back,” my daughter said as tears rolled down her cheeks.
Before even the dust settled, the visitor woman started to own the house, changing siting positions and ordering what she wanted to be done.
My daughter started feeling displaced when her mother who is my wife went to check on her and found out that there was a big problem.
As we speak, my daughter has been depressed for now a second week, on the other hand, we are surprised to learn that the man we had blessed could treat our daughter that way.
Our neighbor got wind of the story and asked us if we can be able to seek assistance from a traditional point of view – we accepted.
She then introduced us to someone called Mugwenu Doctor who we found out that Mugwenu Doctors are the best traditional African herbalists from Tanzania but relocated in Kenya, and spiritual healers who not only deliver to their promises but even heal dreaded diseases.
We asked him to assist and shape up the life of our depressed daughter. He helped take her through some small and simple ritual exercises, did some spell casting and as we speak now she is a happy woman who has found another man who loves her.
You can also get the help you need wherever you are through distance healing. Mugwenu Doctors say one of their greatest attributes is distance healing: They will work together with you, but detachment is the key to success during this healing process. You must be in a quiet place and detach yourself from everything around you. This is very important because your body must connect with the healing elements.