It is said that, it normally becomes difficult for ladies to get husbands or men to marry them when they are over the ages of 37 years, as such most ladies at age 25 to their 30's pray hard for husbands.
In today's article, it was reported that a lady walks on the street with a written cardboard beginning men to marry her.
After taking to the streets to beg for a man to marry her, a Kenyan lady became the talk of the town.
The public's attention was drawn to the placard in her possession, which stated her terms of engagement.
The desperate Lucy Chemutai stated on the placard that she was interested in any man, regardless of his physical appearance or financial status.
The Eldoret resident's most significant request agreed the man agree to settle down and start a family.
So ladies and gentlemen what is your view on the lady action or decision to get herself a husband?
Please let know your views by commenting on the comment section and not forgetting to share and like.
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