Kenyan social media users asked themselves why the 84 year old missing man Peter Oyuka, got upset after his two wives remarried when he was away for 47 years.
On Tuesday, 21st September 2021 Mzee Peter returned to his Malava home in Kakamega County for the first time since 1974, when he disappeared at the age 37.
The day he returned, he told The Standard digital website that he has been in Tanzania, Nairobi, and Oloitoktok, where he was employed as a construction worker and farmer.
By the time he was leaving home in 1974, he did not inform his two wives where he was going, or when they should expect him back.
“I wish my wives were here today to welcome me home,” he said this as he was regretting.
The missing man appeals to his spouses
In separate passionate appeal to his spouses, he said: “I thank my family for accepting me back. I wish my two wives well in their marriages. However, I’d like them to know that I’m still alive and that they should create time and visit me.”
The story, which definitely sounds unbelievable, attracted hundreds of reactions, comments and shares on both Twitter and Facebook, with Kenyans wondering what the missing man expected his wives to do whilst he was away.
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