It was a typical night when half-year-old pregnant Sheila Mkenya sat in a room hanging tightly for her house girl to carry the family dinner to the dining table.
In the end it seemed like dinner was taking longer than it deserved, so interest drove him to walk around the kitchen and check. "I found her in the act by adding her spoon to the goat's fry. I threw it that evening, got a fever, and my stomach ached.
When asked why she was fasting with her pee, the girl admitted that her mother encouraged her all to do as a way to ensure her work. Obviously, adding his own pee to a commercial meal would cause the family to be blinded in worshiping him as a representative, especially the children since he was used to caring for them.
What bothered Sheila the most was that from the beginning she had been dealing with the girl as her little girl, as well as taking her to films and events.
Sheila has never discovered why a little child meant so much at this time she cared for him as one of her own children.
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