A random father who abandoned his two babies, a 1-year-old boy and a 3-year old girl is currently being pursued by the authorities to determine his motive of doing the vicious act.
According to reports, the two babies were allegedly under the care of their dad as their biological mum gave up on their mariage following a disagreement.
They two babies were later discovered in two separate sacks by school-going pupils who immidiately reported the matter to locals who took initiative and handed over the duo to a nearby hospital for checkups.
Speaking to a credible source, Kuria sub-county children officer, James Omondi divulged that the two babies are currently at a local children's home, adding that they are in the process of pursuing their parents to settle down their idiologies and agree to take back the babies.
However, this wasn't received well by the members of the public who went ahead to storm the internet criticizing the parents for being too heartless and selfless.
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