A 33 year old woman from Kisumu is crying for help after being abandoned with 2 kids. The woman who goes by the name Evalyne alleged that a man took advantage of her and sired children with him before he went missing.
She claimed that the man paid fees for her while she was a teenager and in return took advantage of her.
"The person who paid Evelyne's high school fees took advantage of her and left her with two children. She became a teenage mum. Her salary of KES 12000 is what supports her children and her small siblings." Blogger Bonface tweeted.
She was born in a family of 5 and her parents passed off when she was only 20 years forcing her to become the parent to her younger siblings and now uses 12000 fees to take care of her family.
"I'm in Kisumu doing stories and came across Evelyne. She is 33 years old, first born in a family of 5. The dad was polygamous, married to 7 wives, and both her parents died 20 years ago. She now takes care of her siblings with a salary of 12000. To support her: 0714664568. https://t.co/PGoGHitQCJ Boniface mwangi tweeted.
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