In a video that has surfaced online, a Kenyan woman is seen crying endlessly after learning of the death of her son back at home. According to the sources, she stated that her son fell into a well, drowned, and was reported dead on spot.
Reportedly her relatives broke the disturbing news to her via a phone call something which she couldn't hold on to anymore. She can be heard repeatedly saying "this is too much for me, I don't know what to do right now".
Netizens online couldn't hold their emotions as they typed words of encouragement to women.
It's very unfortunate to lose such a young soul. May he rest in peace. Since the woman is working on a contract basis in Saudi Arabia it will be difficult for her to see the remains of her son.
No matter what's happening in your life everything happens for a reason and a purpose. Condolences to her bereaved family and relatives.
Video link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/971594706574807/permalink/1377448332656107/?app=fbl
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