In life,pain is so inevitable.However it really pains a mother to see her child suffering and going through pain.Teresiah Ndunge has been affected by her daughter's pains.
Speaking in an interview with Lynn Ngugi,Teresiah is from Makueni and was brought up by relatives since she was an orphan.She went to school and due to financial problems,she dropped out after class 8.
Teresiah later got married to a Tanzanian husband and they birthed 4 kids together.Her husband was very abusive forcing Ndunge to walk out of the marriage.
Teresiah later birthed 2 more kids.Since she takes care of all needs alone,she keeps travelling looking for greener pastures leaving the kids in care of her first born who dropped out after class 8 due to finance.
At a certain time her first born called her when she was away, informing her that her 4 year old daughter had been defiled by a certain neighbor.On reaching home she was informed that the man dragged the little girl into his house when they were playing outside.Reports from the medics confirmed the truth though the criminal was denying the accussation.
Ndunge filed a case against him but after his arrest he was bailed out.The abuse left her daughter in a bad situation since she no longer walks nor stands as she did before.
Doctors say she needs a body scan which Teresiah hasn't been able to afford.She requests well_wishers to support them for her daughter to get proper treatment and to bring justice to the little girl.
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