17-year-old girl by the name Akinyi has been left regretting after a bodaboda rider promised to marry her after an altercation with her mother but instead, he raped, got her pregnant and ran away.
On an interview with Standard media, Akinyi reveals that she was a pupil last year but she decided to drop out after her classmates mocked her for being pregnant.
Her life changed after she met a bodaboda rider who lured her into his house where she was defiled and impregnated.
She reveals that one day she had an argument with her mother and she went to live the bodaboda rider who promised to marry her but he defiled, Impregnated her and he ran away after he discovered she was pregnant.
She claims that the bodaboda rider responsible for her pregnancy relocated from the house he was living and now she knows nothing about his whereabouts.
She has been forced to take care of her child instead of being at school. Her only wish is to go back to school and fulfill her dream.
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