A mother has emotionally narrated how her husband forced himself on her disabled daughter and he got her pregnant and later ran away.
According to the mother by the name Zipporah Mukami, her daughter was born a normal kid just like the other kids but she developed disability at 8-months where she claims she cannot walk, talk or even hear.
Zipporah has explained to Wambui Wa Njihia in an interview claiming her ex husband would break the house when she is not around and he would force himself on her daughter without her knowledge.
Zipporah claims one day her daughter cried and she never knew she was pregnant, she therefore rushed her to the hospital and she was shocked after the doctors told her that she was going to give birth.
The news shocked her and she immediately knew her ex husband was the suspect because after she told him that she will report the incident, he ran away from home.
The police officers arrested the suspect where he is at the police custody and the court ordered for a DNA test once the child is 6-months-old.
Zipporah claims it's not easy for her since she has to take care of her daughter and also the grandchild who is now her responsibility since her daughter cannot handle a baby due to her condition.
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