Kajiado Man Who Married 2 Women Cannot Afford Honeymoon

  • Tom Mako with his two wives Elizabeth Silamoi (left) and Joyce Tikoyian (Right) Facebook
  • A man from Kajiado County who married two women at the same time now regrets that he cannot afford to take his wives on a honeymoon.

    Tom Junior Mako claimed that he and his two wives, Elizabeth Simaloi, and Joyce Tikoiyan, are now condemned to a residential house in Kajiado.

    He wished that he could take his two wives on honeymoon, but he is unable to due to financial hardships.

    Tom Mako with his wives Elizabeth Silamoi and Joyce Tikoyian

    For now, I cannot afford the honeymoon. How I wish a sponsor would come on board,” he told Citizen journalists.

    He had lived with both of them under the same roof for one year (2017) before he was convinced to exchange wedding vows with them.

    His reason was, “I had to rehearse a mock marriage setting with them so that I get to know exactly how they would behave if I married them.”

    Sometime in the past, Mako had fallen out with Simaloi, who left for her parents’ home and it was during that time that he met and fell in love with his second wife Tikoiyan.

    As the relationship between Tom and Tikoiyan progressed, Sinaloi decided to return to her lover’s home.

    The groom was left with no choice but to sit the two women down and convince them that he loved both equally and needed both of them as his wives.

    His advice to young people was that they should avoid dating multiple women and having extramarital affairs.

    Best men and ladies at the wedding of Tom, Elizabeth and Joyce.