Jane Njambi has emotionally narrated how her life changed in a split of a second.
She was involved in an accident that shuttered her legs and left her bedridden. She was admitted in hospital for three months and underwent a series of painful surgeries and treatment procedures.
After the 3 months, her mother had a stroke due to the stress of seeing her daughter becoming helpless.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t the end of their suffering. After all of that tragedy, her sister who had sacrificed everything to be their caregiver died while taking care of them. Doctors said she suffered fatigue and depression.
Jane is thankful for the gift of life and is hopeful that she will undergo another surgery that will make her able to walk again and work to support herself and her mom.
She is appealing to well-wishers to donate funds for the surgery.
Watch her story on tuko talks here to get the details of how you can donate; https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zlkWiKyxJkg
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