Bernard Musyoki, a 37-year-old guy, has expressed his gratitude for his American wife, Deborah Jan Spicer.Musyoki, a Kenyan from Kitui county, says he met Deborah, who is 70 years old, on Facebook in 2017.”After a week, I sent her a friend request and asked her to marry me, which she accepted.” He told TUKO.co.ke, “We even exchanged vows inbox.”
“I applied for a visa again in March 2020, had an interview, but was denied a visa,” he explained.They continued in touch, and she decided to visit Kenya on December 29, 2020, to meet her prince charming.They traveled to Kitui, where Musyoki lives, upon her arrival, and decided to remain celibate till marriage.
“We used to sleep in separate rooms and make promises to one other that we would remain pure until we exchanged vows. He recounted, “We had someone in the house that used to live with us.”
Eventually, on February 2, 2021, the two lovebirds married in front of’strangers,’ who witnessed them exchange vows because their families were unable to attend.
“Several people said she was my sponsor… all sorts of things
My mother was actually opposed to the notion, but she eventually came around,” he remarked.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the young man who used to work at a Christian NGO in Kitui lost his job in April 2020, and his loving wife has been paying his bills ever then.”She used to send me money, and she even sent me money to buy a car last year,” he added.They had the best four months after marriage, according to the soft-spoken man, before Deborah fled. The 70-year-old, who resides in Michigan, was compelled to extend her visa for a few months before having to leave before it expired on June 8.
He previously approached the US embassy in the hopes of getting lucky this time, but his application was once again denied.Musyoki insisted that he is in love with her for the right reasons and not for the money.
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