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My Wife Died And Left Me With 9 Kids, Instead Of Marrying Another Wife, I Did This

Francis Mbutia, a resident of Nairobi, speaks openly and honestly about how his life was turned upside down after the death of his wife. He admits he is in a difficult position to decide whether to marry another woman or raise his children alone. Due to his decision, it was difficult for him to provide for his family for many years. She is responsible for the care of her children.

After completing his education in Murang'a, Francis moved to Nairobi in search of work. Francis was born and raised in Murang'a. While working quickly, he meets a young woman who becomes very interested in him. He proposed to her and she accepted his proposal.


She said they have eight children and work part-time to take care of them. However, when their youngest child turned two, it was their last child. After being hospitalized for several days, his wife suffered a stroke which eventually led to her death.

He said that after his wife died, some people advised him to marry another woman so that she could help him raise their children. As he continues to show affection for his late wife, he finds himself in a difficult situation. She is also worried that her children, especially the youngest who is only two years old, could be abused by other women.


Frances made the difficult decision to raise her children alone. He said it was difficult for him because he didn't even know where to start. After his release, he sought work from acquaintances, who offered him various positions. Francis was able to be a good parent to his children thanks to the support of his family members who were there for him when he needed help.

I could barely provide for my family, but I never stopped believing in or supporting my children. According to Franz.


She said her children had a lot of trouble because they didn't have a mother figure to guide them and she didn't know very well how to help them. However, by God's grace, they were able to educate themselves and build their own lives. When they grow up, the sons can help their father by arranging various jobs and ensuring that their younger siblings are paid for their education.

Francis said his children had grown up and had moved on, leaving him to fend for himself. He was unhappy and sometimes wished he had found a wife and settled down. She forgot herself and focused on her children, who are now adults and have families of their own.


However, he is proud of his hard work and the achievements of his children. He was sure that even in his posthumous circumstances his wife was satisfied with the achievements he had achieved as a parent.

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Francis Francis Mbutia Murang'a Murang'a. Nairobi

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