A woman has been has been left in tears regretting after she was betrayed and abandoned by her husband whom she helped in his time of need.
Trusilah Onduso, the victim, has told Tuko news that her husband cut communication with her and her three children leaving them to suffer with this hard economic times.
According to Trusilah, she and her husband had ventured into different businesses of selling carpets, curtains and other household equipment before the Covid-19 pandemic hit the county. Her husband's business was on the verge of collapsing when he took a loan of Ksh 150,000 that she signed off.
Immediately her husband got the money, he stopped communicating with his family and even moved into a new house. Trusilah has been forced to do menial jobs to make ends meet for her family. She has seen asked well-wishers to come to her aid via her phone number +254 725 909 790.
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