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'I Have Nothing In This World, Wish I Can Die,' Mary Painfully Narrates

Mary Mwangi was born and raised in Nakuru County. She's a mother of six children. When her husband died she was very depressed because she wondered how she could feed her children.

In-laws took everything that her husband left for her, so she decided to relocate from where she was living to the plot that they had.

She had nothing to feed her children but she tried to look for a job. She even started borrowing money from people and she had a loan of 6000 shillings. Due to that loan, she was chased away from there.

She had to rent a house because she had nowhere to go with her kids. He struggled very much to a point she managed to educate her children. Covid-19 came and she went to her son's place.

She stayed with her son for 6 months together with his wife. She thought she was an a burden to them because they lived in a single room. So she went back to her friend who offered her a house.

She added that, sometimes she feel like dying because she is a very poor woman at an age of 60 and she cannot be able to do anything for herself for her hands hurt very much.

“It’s anytime the owner will build a house and I don't have anywhere to go, I wish I can die because I have nothing,” She cried.

She wished if someone can help her with somewhere to stay should be very happy. She said her children don't have much to give her.

We hope everything will be fine and God will provide everything that you desire to have in Jesus name.

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Mary Mwangi Mary Painfully Nakuru County Wish I Can Die


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