Social media users find humour in NIIMS listing
SEE ALSO :How Huduma Namba can link you to crimeWhen rumours started going round that married men will be expected to accompany their wives for registration, there were lighthearted stories that painted scenarios of how wrong things could go. “Imagine having to explain to the woman you have been lying to that you are not married, why you cannot go with them for the Huduma Namba registration,” Nicodemus Oluoch posted on Facebook. Then came the information that the registration form had a provision for men to declare up to five wives. “Halleluya, God is great! This thing allows us to marry five wives,” posted Elias Mwikulu from Kakamega. The revelation that the form did not restrict men to only one wife went viral, with women also adding their voices to the debate, turning it into a battle of sexes. “A man who cannot afford to buy soda and cake on a date is dancing on social media on how Huduma Namba allows men to marry up to five wives. What a shame!” read a tweet.
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