Fear Women: “My mother forced me to call her sister so she can get married to a new man”- Man narrates

A young man described how, in order to rescue his biological mother’s marriage with her new husband, he used to address her as’sister.’

According to Steve Sande Opondo, better known as Mtumba Man, a Kenyan, his father, a jail police officer, died in 1998, and his life became so wretched and painful for him and his family.

With his mother and sister, the 27-year-old moved to his late father’s family home, where they were harassed by his paternal relatives.

“In 1998, my father died as a Nakuru jail police officer.” He was completely dedicated to me. After we were forced to migrate to his upcountry home, life became terrible.

His mother escaped with his sister, unable to endure the violence any longer, leaving just Opondo with his father’s relatives.

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Before being reunited with his mother, who had married another man, he was exposed to more torture.

Her new husband was aware that she had a daughter, but he was ignorant that Opndo’s mother had a son, so he had to keep his identity secret at all times to avoid disrupting her mother’s marriage.

“Before I moved to my mother’s house in Dagoretti, my grandmother informed me she lived with someone, and he should not know she was my mother, but my step-sister,” Opondo revealed.

“The man was persuaded. My mother addressed me as brother, while my sister addressed me as uncle.”

Fortunately, a video of him selling products went viral on the internet, capturing the attention of a large number of people.

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His life has taken a turn for the better as a result of the video, which has won him an ambassadorial position with Devine Collections.

“I thank God for making my videos so popular,” Opondo said, adding, “I had no idea they’d be so extensively shared.”

Check out the complete video below!

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