A woman has left netizens in tears after revealing her harrowing experience in the hands of her ex-husband who nearly killed her for denying him conjugal rights.
Damaris Mwende, the woman, has revealed why she abandoned her marriage of 10-years and left with her four children. She started off by saying that she dropped out of school due to lack of school fees when her mother passed away and the wife her husband married chased them out of their house.
She moved to Nairobi where she fell in love and got married to the love of his life. She said that the first two years of marriage were blissful but her husband changed all of a sudden. Her husband started cheating and when Damaris would catch her red handed, he would readily ask for forgiveness.
One day Damaris caught her husband with another woman at a local joint getting cozy. She asked her husband what was going on and he quickly asked for forgiveness. Damaris left him in the club and headed home.
Damaris said that her husband asked her for intimacy later that evening to proof that she had forgiven him. When she refused, the man turned wild and threw a burning stove on her inflicting seriously injuries on her arms and legs.
Damaris was forced to flee from her matrimonial home for safety. She is currently pleading for help from well-wishers to help her raise her four children.
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