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Village wife sends the most honest letter to her husband in Nairobi

Village wife sends the most honest letter to her husband in Nairobi

- A Kenyan woman has taken over the internet with a letter to her husband who works in Nairobi

- The letter was written in an untidy piece of paper in broken English but nevertheless passed the intended message

- The woman also told her husband that her brother-in-law has been making passes at her and trying to lure her to bed

Do you miss the good old days when the only available means of communication was by handwritten messages?

Long before technology came and took all that away from us and replaced it with Whatsapp and Snapchat?

A Kenyan wife set social media into a frenzy after the letter she wrote to her husband was leaked online.

Village wife sends the most honest letter to her husband in Nairobi

The letter written in broken English communicated the woman's innocent desires and spoke of her troubles while living alone in the village.

"Dear huspand, I miss very many since you go to the Nailobi, at home we are continue well and the cow has given a small one and maize has grown very much, " the letter reads in part.

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In the letter, the woman reminds her man that when he is coming back home, he should remember to bring the gifts that he promised; a biker and a bar of chocolate.

"My rove when are you come to home bring me the baika and sokoleti you told me plisi, you telled me," the letter reads further.

The woman also reports that her brother-in-law has been making advances at her although she has turned him down severally.

"Yua bratha is also disturb me to do bad manas with him but I tell him that I do with you arone, " the letter states.

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Before ending the letter, the woman sends an emotional threat to her man, that should he fail to come home, she will ingest poison or jump into a fast-moving river.

"Priss don't refuse to come becouse I will drink medicine or enter river," the letter ends.

Meanwhile, watch this video to see what Nigerians think about women earning more than their husbands:

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