The internet was awash after two Kiambu co-wives revealed they share a home with their husband.
The duo Maureen Njeri and Grace Wacera, alias Cerah both aged 33, spark a heated debate, with most still unable to process how the two live happily and yearned to hear from their husband's perspective.
The man identified as Abraham Mwangi,34, while speaking in a local station, disclosed that he married his two wives in 2014.
The father of four says he fell in love with the second wife-Maureen after an argument with Cerah.
Before then, he and Maureen were only relating on a professional level.
After a couple of coffee dates, she conceived and gave birth to their first child.
Abraham on what he likes about the co-wives
The computer engineer says he likes Cerah's ability to deal with in-laws and likes Maureen on her capabilities to handle internal family affairs.
He noted he respects both of them and is willing to support and protect them.
"They respect themselves so much, and that encourages me to protect and support them. I want to tell you on live TV that you two have my utmost respect and support," he confessed while looking at his two lovers.
Abraham on how they sleep
Regarding how they sleep, Abraham said he has his own bedroom and the two wives have their bedrooms, and he gets to choose where to spend the night.
According to him, he built their five-bedroomed mansionette to accommodate his big family and ensure each one of them enjoy their privacy.
"Our house is a maisonette with five bedrooms which I built. Everyone enjoys their privacy, and I get to choose where to sleep. I don't have a schedule, but I ensure that I balance them and everyone is content and happy," Mwangi said.
Cerah is a mother of three, and Maureen has one child. They have lived together for close to two years now.