A woman has caused a sceen after accusing her husband for being involved in a cult. According to Citizen Tv, TabbyRose Wanja Wamwitha says that her husband could be involved in the death of her daughter. She has filed a case in court seeking the body of her daughter to be exhumed.
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Citizen Tv reveals that TabbyRose believes that her husband is involved in bad religious practices. She now wants her daughters body to be exhumed for autopsy by a public pathologist and she should be allowed to bury her in a neutral land.
She says she has enough reasons to blame him for the dead of the child. She suffered down syndrome and heart issues before her death. The woman blames the lawyer for never supporting towards her medical bills.
She forcefully took her to the hospital where she died on the same day. After the death, they both agreed to bury her at Lang'ata Cemetery or Maai Mahiu but she alleges that the lawyer changed mind, carried a secret autopsy and changed the place of burial.
Her sister has opposed her request and said the two were not married and her niece should be allowed to rest in peace. She termed her sisters allegations as wild speculations.
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