Kenyan Women Who Marry Each Other to Tackle Childlessness

The residents of Emurua Dikirr, many of whom belong to the Kalenjin community, began these unions in an effort to cure the desire of motherhood and also to boost egos among members of society who feel proud when they have a warrior (boy child) in the family, writes Peter Mburu for The Nation.

Esther Simatei, (left) and Nancy Chepkorir who are married to each other.

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