Some terminal illness make parents make wishes they could not have wanted when they were strong before being bedridden.
Charity Mbogo, a mother of one son who lives with autism has been terminally ill since 2018 and seems to be giving up with life.
The mother is paralysed on her right side which made her not be able to take care of her son. In some videos she has been making, Charity has resigned to live and is very ready to die but she wishes that God takes her with the son.
What has made Charity Mbogo give up on life is that she has been diagnosed with clots in the heart which bring up sharp painful experience in her chest.
The son who has been identified as Luke is not able to do anything for himself which has made Charity want God to take her with him so that he does not suffer if he is left behind.
This is a heartening moment from the strong mother who seems to be going through triple trouble and does not want her son to find out on it.
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