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Milly WaJesus: Not all good husbands are in Church

Content creator Milly WaJesus says women should cast their nets wider when searching for a husband and not just focus on looking at Church.

She stresses that not all good men are found in the church and shares her own experience which she reportedly dated a staunch Christian but got disappointed.

“I have dated a man who was deep in church before lakini Ile character development nilipata sijawai sahau (I am yet to forget some of the lessons I learnt in that relationship). Please pray and seek God when the time comes for you to settle down. He shall fulfill the desires of your heart when the time comes,” she explained.

Milly WaJesus has been married to her husband Kabi since 2017. They tied the knot after dating for three years. The couple is blessed with two children.

In a previous interview with True Love Magazine, Milly said she first met Kabi through a mutual close friend.

“I met Kabi when I was in form two in high school. My then-boyfriend introduced us, and we ended up going on two double dates with him and his then-girlfriend.

The two went their separate ways but later reunited online while in university and got closer despite Kabi fearing what Milly’s ex and their mutual friend would think of their relationship.

Their marriage was hit with controversy in 2021 when he publicly acknowledged to siring a child with his cousin and apologized for denying the news when it first came into the limelight.

He had persistently denied the occurrence until he was subjected to a paternity test after his cousin took him to court over an upkeep dispute.

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