A family from Nyandarua county is full of joy after their daughter who went missing while she was still a student returns back home with two children.
According to her mother, her daughter by the name Margaret went missing while she was still a student and since then she had been living in fear since she never knew whether she was still alive or dead.
Her friend asked her to contact Simon Kibe who hosts a local show by the name 'Wathire kuu' at Inooro TV and he aired their story and after a month he was able to trace Margaret and convinced her to return back home.
Margaret's family could not hide their joy after their daughter returned home where she was received back with her two children with alot of love and joy. Her mother thanked Simon Kibe for bringing her daughter back home after many years of looking for her.
Margaret claims she ran away from home to look for a green pasture since they had financial problems and she thought of starting a new life where she never wanted to be associated with her family.
All the same she is very happy to be back home and she has asked for forgiveness from her family and also thanked Simon Kibe for letting her get another chance to be with her family after a long time.
Here is the link:https://youtu.be/2Jzcd1LcY5U
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