Njeri Wa Migwi is known per her Facebook post and to most, she is a savior. Njeri dedicated herself to saving victims of gender-based violence and children neglected by their parents. She has shared one story that has touched the hearts of Kenyans.
According to her she went to rescue children left by their mother. Her anger compelled her to beat the mother but she was restrained by one of the friends. This was fueled after learning that the concerned woman had left her 19 months-old baby under the care of her right year-old girl.
She could not believe when she noted that the baby was playing with charcoal fire and got burnt. The eight year-old had also been repeatedly defiled by their mother's boyfriend. The woman was allegedly drinking in the bar at 1 pm.
Hospital reports say that the girl had been defiled both anally and vaginally and the mother's boyfriend had to ran away after being tipped off by the woman. The matter is currently under police investigation.
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