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Some Neighbors And Friends Accused Me Of Sacrificing My Children After Experiencing 2 Miscarriages- Mumbi

A lady identified as Mumbi from Murang'a has Painfully narrated how some of her neighbors and friends Falsely accused her of sacrificing her children after she experienced 2 miscarriages in two years.

She was born and raised in Murang'a. After completing her studies, she secured a job as a teacher. After a few years, she met her husband and after dating for a few months they tied the knot.

The marriage was good and they were blessed with two children. Her husband had a talk with her where he suggested they raise the two children first before conceiving again. After 9 years her husband told her that he needed another child.

After conceiving the journey was smooth until she was 4 months pregnant when she spotted blood when she went to the hospital the doctors confirmed that she had lost the pregnancy. After 6 months she felt she want another child and Conceived.

She went through the journey until the pregnancy was six months old. One day while going to work, she started experiencing contractions. Since her husband was away, she called her friend who accompanied her to the hospital. Her cervix was dilated and gave birth to a baby girl.

She was put in the nursery but unfortunately, the baby died on the second day. She was heartbroken but her husband consoled her. After healing, she went back to teaching and that's when one of the neighbors told her to stop trying to conceive again since some of her friends and the neighbors were accusing her of Sacrificing her children.

She was heartbroken and the pain was too much to bear. She asked God to bless her womb to shame those who were judging her. A year later, she conceived and gave birth to a baby girl who is now 6 years old. They have urged people to stop accusing others Falsely without evidence.

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