I had to always call my mother ‘sister’ so her husband wouldn’t know I’m her son – Man says

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A Kenyan young man identified as Steve Sande Opondo has revealed how her mother forced him to call her sister so that her new husband won’t find out that she has a son.

According to him, life became a hard nut to crack for him, sister and mother after the demise of their father in 1998 who was a police officer.

He said they moved to their father’s family house after his death.

My dad was a prison police officer in Nakuru but he passed away in 1998. He loved me so much. We were forced to move to his upcountry home and life became difficult.

“I had jiggers almost everywhere and my feet were deformed. I still have the scars today. My dad’s family would often beat me up,” Opondo narrated.

However, as the day passes by, hardship and poverty never stop dealing with them and so his mother was forced to live outside her lane to find something for him and his sister.

Upon searching for greener pastures, Steve said her mother met another man and got married to him.

However, because the mother never moved with him but his sister, her new husband never knew she has a son.

Well, in this case, Steve said her mother asked him to disguise himself and call her Sister so that her husband won’t find out.

“Before I went to my mum’s place in Dagoretti, My grandma told me she lived with someone, and he should not know she was my mother, but my step-sister,” Opondo disclosed.

“The guy believed it. My sister used to call me uncle, and my mother would refer to me as her brother.”

Fortunately, a video of him cross-dressing while selling clothes hit social media and went viral.

The video has now got him an ambassadorial deal with Devine Collections, turning his life around.

“I thank God for making my videos viral. I didn’t know they would be shared widely,” Opondo said.

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