Widow in tears after her in laws have gang up to evict her for not giving birth to boy child. The scene is at Pap-Bolo village in Siaya county. The above area happens to be the widow's matrimonial home.
The widow's names are Winnie Atieno Otieno, 52. Her husband died a normal death about nine years ago. Since then Mrs Otieno has been living in difficulty, catalyzed by her in-laws. The in-laws have already snatched and sold her two acre piece of land.
Going by the reports, before the husband died, Mrs Otieno was married to him for about 20 years. Both parents and relatives of Mrs Otieno and the late were aware about their marriage.
So far Mrs Otieno has tried to seek help from the area police but no action has been taken care of. Mrs Otieno has also tried to seek help from the area cheif but it seems has if the cheif is taking the matter lightly.
The widow is a mother of three daughters. Currently she even don't have a home at her matrimonial home because the house is already burnt down. To make the matter worse, Mrs Otieno is paralysed.
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