Charity Mbogo is a mother of one child living with autistic. She is terminally ill and also paralysed on her right side and she says she is ready to die but her wish is for God to take both her and the son because she does not want to leave him.
Charity got sick in the year 2018 and since then she has been fighting for her life. It all started with a sharp pain in her chest and the next minute she was struggling to breathe and that's when she was diagnosed with blood clots in her heart.
Charity's son by the name Luke can hardly do anything for himself and therefore he depends on his mum to do everything for him.
Even though Charity believes in miracles, she also accepts that she might die anytime soon and that's why she wants to give out her son to a loving family that will take good care of him and also love him as he is.
Charity has made videos which will always be played to her son once she is gone. She believes they keep on reminding him about his mother.
Charity says she will not stop fighting for her life despite the pain she is currently undergoing but she also is ready for anything to happen at any time.
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