Early last month a lady by the name Evelyne Wangui had offered to give out her unborn baby due to poverty but now she has a reason to be happy after kenyans came to her rescue.
Evelyne was abandoned by her husband with two kids and this led her to depression. Earlier, she confessed on mistreating her first born son due to depression and she went ahead asking for help from Kenyans because she was loosing it.
Not once or twice, Evelyne tried to committing suicide after a man took advantage of her and impregnated her and she was scared to live the kind d because she had nothing to provide.
Evelyne has already given birth to a baby girl and she regrets claiming that she was going to give out her unborn child. She claims she has been apologizing to her newborn each and every day.
Evelyne has thanked Kenyans for coming to her rescue, she claims that now she can smile after a long time. She was gifted with new households and her house has already been paid for six months.
Evelyne has already started working online where she is currently marketing vehicles and also selling clothes and she is hoping for the very best.
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