Kevin Moreka Nyangau, 26, from Kisii, sent a message seeking reconciliation with his wife, Lydia Kemunto, 21, with whom he had a falling out two months ago.
Kevin explained that his pregnant wife left without notice while he was at work after they had a domestic dispute.
“I had a phone, but it was broken. She was the one who damaged it. So, I decided to sell it and buy another one. That’s what caused the trouble. When I told her I had sold it, she started insulting me. I got angry and slapped her. After hitting her, I apologized. I left and went about my business. Little did I know she had planned to leave,” Kevin recounted.
He continued, “I tried talking to her, and she asked me to send her fare to return home. Later, she got angry and said not to send it because she wouldn’t come back. We had agreed on Friday that I would send her the fare on Saturday, and she would return on Sunday or Monday. In the evening, she changed her mind and said not to send it because she wouldn’t return. I usually talk to her mother, and she told me she hadn’t seen her at home. She’s at her sister’s place.”
Kevin mentioned that it was the first time he had ever hit his wife.
“She said she wouldn’t come back and didn’t give me a reason,” Kevin said.
However, their attempt at reconciliation hit a roadblock as Lydia didn’t answer Kevin’s calls when he tried to reach her.
When Kevin was given the opportunity to speak to his wife on air, he said, “Babe, I know I made a mistake. I’d like to know where you went. I still love you. I want you to come back.”