He hopes full disclosure would attract the right kind of woman for him, he said, someone whose age and expectations would not be so different from his. There is a litany of jilted lovers behind the 50 year old. Many he left when they did not live up to his expectations. Others left him when he failed to meet theirs.
It would seem that in his five decades in this world Mr Vulua has been on only one quest: To find a wife. Sometimes the results have been comical, other times tragic but through it all, he remains hell bent on getting hitched. The sooner the better, he tells The Citizen on Saturday.
“I’m getting sick of going home to a locked room and a cold stove every day,” he says. “Most days I’m so depressed I just go to bed without eating” says a visibly emotional Mr Vulua. His memory goes back ten years to a woman he says he will never forget – a woman he calls Doto. “She was not that good looking but she agreed to marry me,” he tells this reporter.
“I went to her parents and they asked me to pay Sh150,000 as bride price but I could only raise Sh70,000 which I deposited as