A young girl has gone on TikTok to narrate how her life got a turn and became harsh after the death of her mother. She shared her experiences, the painful ones on a video while crying in grief.
The woman identified as Violet Mukabana disclosed her torturous life saying that when her mother died, her father started packing her things without her consent. He then chased away from his home to the streets.
This came after the father claimed that she is not his biological daughter. Mukabana then lived in the bushes until she was taken by her relative who heard her plea. The relative offered her a place to stay and even food and clothing.
After he reached 19 years of age, Mukabana was married and she gave birth to a bubbly baby. Unfortunately, the marriage did not work and they separated from their husband. She also found out that she was infected with the HIV virus.
She said that the marriage did not last because the man was claimed to be toxic. He left him with his baby in order to pursue herself. Netizens comforted her and urged her not to give up and that her life would be better one day.
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