A heartless mother abandoned a baby believed to be several months old by the roadside. The unknown woman left a written letter with the baby. Details of the letter are yet to be established.
According to a post shared to a Facebook group, National Police Service Family And Friends Centre, the unidentified woman is believed to abandon the little innocent angel with a letter that is speculated to have details on what lead to the incidence. The post further stated that the move to trace the mother was on.
"Sad. A heartless mother has abandoned this little innocent angel with a letter on the roadside. We are tracing her." The post states.
This cruel action￼ elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans. Many have been disappointed with the level of irresponsibility depicted by the woman. As established from their statements, the woman should be identified and legal action taken against her for mistreating an innocent soul.
Jicey Holomo said, "So sad asiwai taka mume tena." Another Kenyan added, "I think she actually has a lot bigger heart than those who kill their babies or throw them in pits...may the kid find the right person to take care of him/her." Below are some reactions from Kenyans.
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