Uhuru's Advice on How Women Can Save Marriages Tickles Crowd

  • President Uhuru Kenyatta (second right) and other leaders during an event at Rabai, Kilifi County on Thursday, July 22, 2021.
    President Uhuru Kenyatta (second right) and other leaders during an event at Rabai, Kilifi County on Thursday, July 22, 2021.
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  • President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday, July 22, tickled a crowd with ingenuous advice on how elderly women can save their marriages.

    Speaking during the issuance of title deeds in Rabai, Kilifi County, the Head of State was more concerned with whether the recipients, mostly elderly individuals, would keep the property or be convinced to sell it.

    He warned them that unscrupulous businessmen were lurking in the shadows to offer them money in exchange for the deeds.

    He, however, noted that the elderly women would play a big role in saving the land for the family and their marriages in the long run.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta addresses journalists after commissioning hospitals on Tuesday night, July 6.
    President Uhuru Kenyatta addresses journalists after commissioning hospitals on Tuesday night, July 6.
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    Uhuru challenged them to always keep tabs on exact locations their husbands stored the title deeds and repeatedly ask them about it so that they (husbands) are not tempted to marry other women.

    "You women are experts in protecting wealth. Know where your husband keeps wealth. If you don't understand, that is on you. Your husband will go look for another wife because he has his own wealth.

    "You should know where he keeps it and keep asking him where it is because the children would want to know," he stated leaving the crowd in stitches.

    The Head of State also challenged the holders of the crucial document not to sell their properties and misuse the money.

    HeĀ insteadĀ advised them to seek a loan from the bank using the title deed and begin constructing their homes.

    "Today we are here to give citizens the right to stand as owners. This brings a total of 3,880 including those already distributed and those yet to come.

    "When we finish the exercise, Rabai residents will possess land worth Ksh4.2 billion. The question is, will you use the land to better your life or will you sell it?" He questioned them.

    The head of state distributed over 2,100 title deeds and promised that the last bunch would be distributed in September 2021.

    He further noted that when the exercise is complete, all title deeds distributed in the region would total 3,880 representing a land value of Ksh4.2 billion.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta issuing title deeds at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre
    President Uhuru Kenyatta issuing title deeds at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre
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