How I got the man of my dreams

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The dream of every lady is to meet a good responsible man, have a colorful wedding ever and get married and settle with the man as her husband, have children, and have a family. In African culture, when a woman gets mature, she has to get married, failure to which that would be considered taboo, and she would be an outcast to that particular family.

With the modern kind of education right now, women take much of their time studying and forgetting to know that men are only interested in young women for marriage, that the only moral lesson I learned, by the time a lady completes her education in Kenya, she is almost in her early 30s. An age most men tend not to be interested in, and no man would wish to marry a lady of 30 years and above.

They would always say women get old faster and that, the lady would get old and the man loses interest in her, early in their marriage. My name is Josephine, and I am one of the ladies who went through hell to get a man like my husband. It was not easy to get the man am with right now.

This is my story, it should help any lady out here not to rush for marriage. There are many men out here, enough for everybody. You only need the right hand to help guide you to get the man of your dreams. And to me, that was Kiwanga Doctors.

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Most of my teenage time, I spent it studying. I wanted to be a doctor and I had to really study for many years to get the required qualifications, I never thought of marriage at that particular moment. I did not want external destruction, to obstruct me from achieving my dreams of becoming a doctor by profession. I finished school at the age of 33 years that’s when I started looking for a man. My college boyfriend had asked me for marriage when I was 23, but I turned
him away on grounds that I was in pursuit of my education.

When I checked on him to see if we could marry I learned that he had married and had a wife with two kids already. Good for them. I felt envious, perhaps that was his rightful decision and I had to respect it no matter what. I could not go asking him to marry me. Perhaps it would cause trouble in an already established family. I decided to search for a man myself.

I started to see a guy whom we dated for two months then one day he asked me how old I was. When I mentioned to him that I was 33years old, he left me saying he was not ready to marry a granny. It was heartbreaking. I thought I had
gotten a man whom I would settle in marriage with only to be left in limbo.

I decided to search for a man on social media platforms. I heard that some couples met online and are now happily married in their marriages as husbands and wives.

I posted “My name is Josephine, 33 years of age looking for a dark handsome guy aged 30 – 37 years.” A few men showed interest by linking to my inbox only to leave, on grounds that I was too old to be married. For a whole month, no man showed interest in loving me. Back at home, the pressure was high from my parents that it was time I get married and save them from the shame they were facing.

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It was until I came across a poster about Kiwanga Doctors, contacted them, and told them every detail of a man I wanted, the doctor informed me all will be fine in a few days and I should not worry. A few days later, a man driving in an expensive Mercedes Benz, turned up at my home place and informed my parents he was interested in marrying me, I accepted his offer, we are married now.

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