Elizabeth Wangui has painfully narrated how her husband's brother took all their property after her hubby commited suicide.
On that fateful day, Elizabeth had gone upcountry to attend her grandmother's burial. She tried calling her husband but he wasn't picking.
She told a close neighbour to check whether he was in the house but the neighbour didn't find him inside.
Wangui got worried and called her husband's elder brother. She urged him to search for him everywhere in their home.
Sadly, her husband was found hanging inside one unfinished house.
After her husband's brother found him dead, he immediately went to their bedroom and picked all the documents including the title deeds and car log book.
At the moment, her husband's family has transferred the rental houses to their mother's name. They were unable to change the car ownership since the car was registered under Elizabeth.
Elizabeth is now seeking the help of a lawyer since the family is already planning to sell the houses. She is suffering financial constraints and can no longer afford to pay school fees for her two kids since the rental houses were the only source of income.
Elizabeth says that before her husband commited suicide, he had complained that his elder brother was conning him money in their joint business.
Watch her interview here; https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FUXmX3eq8QM&t=28s
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