Winnie Atieno Otieno, a middle aged mother of three from Pap-Boro village in Siaya county, is crying for help and justice after her in-laws ganged up to evict her from her home for not giving birth to a baby boy.
Winnie said that she have been living in the 2 acre land for more than 20 years, but the in-law Snatched it from her and sold it after her husband died in the year 2012.Winnie said that tables turned after she got stroke and she could not manage to help her mother-in-law. Things got even worse when her mother's- in-law house got burnt and all the blame was placed on her shoulders.Winnie's sister-in-law came with a buyer from Western and he bought the land leaving her with the house and a pit latrine only.Winnie said that she has tried to reach the authorities but up to date she has not received any help.
The Pap-Boro chief, chief Charles Otwondi confirmed the incident and assured winnie that they will fight until she gets her justice.
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