A Kiambu woman has been left in a limbo after being dumped by her boyfriend for giving birth to triplets.
Everlyne Pili, the 26-year old woman, has been left stranded at the Kiambu Level Five hospital as the bill goes to the rooftop. According to Everlyne, she was having a 4-year old daughter before meeting her boyfriend whom they had an affair with and made her pregnant while she was living with her sister.
When she gave on 27th June to triplets, her boyfriend left her denying the children. "After giving birth on Monday, June 27, I gave birth at Kiambu level Five, I contacted my boyfriend to tell him about the chilren but he din't receive the news well he told me that the kids were not his," she told Tuko news in an interview.
Her triplets will have to stay in the nursery for two weeks since they were born underweight with masses of 1.3, 1.5 and 1.7 kgs.
Everlyne is now urging well-wishers to come to her aid in clearing the hospital bill amidst this tough economic times.
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