Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi did not spare Dr. King’ori for delaying to marry, yet he is in his 30s, during The Wicked edition show.
Sudi himself is married to two wives. He is about 41 years old and he met his eldest wife when he was 20years old.
Asked why he did not stick to one wife, the lawmaker said that many people marry more than two wives.
“I have two[wives] . That question is hard because you find many people have married more than two. In most cases the eldest wife contributes a lot, the two of you (with the elder wife) marry the second wife,” he said.
Sudi however told King’ori that he has no right over his age mate who married in his 20s just because he is waiting to get financially stable before he can settle down.
“You have worked here for 8 years, you came here at the age of 22 and you don’t have a wife. If you believe that you have to get financially stable, you want to tell us that you have a right over your age mate who married by then and you who have stayed for 8 years, what proof do you have that you have planned yourself better than that guy.
King’ori defended himself saying that he is not at the same spot he was 8 years ago. Sudi however proceeded with his lecture.
“Forgive me if your girlfriend will hear this, for those 8 years, you have had many girlfriends. I am 100% sure because someone who does not marry early enough either has a defect, is complicated or has desire,” the MP said.
He added that King’ori must have struggled with many girls while suggesting that he dates three girls yearly.
Sudi went on to say that King’ori is among the many many who are not satisfied with a one woman. He added that there is no woman who is ugly but it is just the way she is treated.
“It is the love you show her. They are all the same so stop worrying and make a decision. Many men are like dogs, always sniffing, you have a beautiful girlfriend but when you see another girl passing you see that she is more beautiful than the one you have because you are used to her, you might be in that category,” Sudi told King’ori.
According to him, when one starts dating, he should make a decision of marrying the woman the third month of their relationship.
Explaining what made him stick with his wife for 20 years, Sudi said that during their time, HIV/AIDS was seriously affecting people and that made him stick to the woman.