Mama Travis is the mother of the later two year old who succumbed to death after being stabbed with a fork jembe.The mother of three saw her son dying on her hands.After the incident the boy was taken to Thika level five hospital but later referred to Kenyatta National Hospital but doctors neglected her with her dying baby since they weren't able to raise the funds needed.The boy died in the hands of her mother.
Well wishers came through to support the family.In a span of 24 hours Kenyans of good will raised Ksh 300,000 for the bereaved mother.
Another well wisher came through and offered Mama Travis a big piece of land where her house construction is currently ongoing.
A facebook user by the name Karangu Muraya who has been supporting the family posted a video of Mama Travis' house which is still under construction.He was thanking God for his Grace towards the family.Mama Travis and her two other children will now have a big house to live in.
"Mama Travis house project, Thank you Lord," he wrote in his Facebook page, followed by a video of the construction site.
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