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“Those who want to campaign for gay rights should find another country that allows those things,” said Nchemba at a gathering on Sunday.
It's an increasingly common practice known as "nyumba ntobhu" — translated as "woman marrying woman" — though it doesn't conform to the Western conception of same-sex matrimony: These women identify as straight.
There is uncertainty as to when exactly this practice began, "but its main purpose is to enable widows to keep their property," Dinna Maningo, a local reporter, explained to Marie Claire.
In Juma's case, she was raising three young boys on her own before marrying Maningo.
She ran away from her abusive husband with her firstborn and had two other children with two different men — both of whom abandoned her.