She revealed that Onyangoâs meanness has no boundaries.
The woman recalled her first day to encounter her husbandâs meanness in its element: "One day he bought some meat and cut it into pieces. I could hear him count the pieces under his breath and I laughed it away, thinking he was just joking. Finally, he pushed the pieces towards me and said: " Those are 113 pieces, please cook them." He then left for the living room to watch TV, leaving me a mesmerised girl in the kitchen."
Pieces of meat
This was a few days into their marriage.
At first, the woman thought it was a joke until she brought the food to the table and the man served himself 17 pieces while counting loudly. Then he served her with15 pieces.
He then declared, " We have at least three meals with the rest of the pieces."
"Thatâs when it hit me. When we were dating, he never took me out even once. Rather, he used to bring homemade food and we would go to a public park to eat it.
I thought it was part of romance and that he was just sophisticated. I did not know he was an extraordinarily mean man" says she.
The man also measures the amount of milk his two cows give everyday.
He supervises his wife as she milks to ensure that not a single drop of milk goes to waste. He decides how many cups are to be sold, how many are for tea and how many are used to make ghee.
One day, his wife milked the cows before he arrived home and went ahead to boil it since she was expecting some visitors.