Wangui, a kinangop woman, has told the heartbreaking story of how her boss beat her by stabbing her in the genitalia with a mob stick after she found out that her husband had raped her when she was six months along in her pregnancy.
Lydia claims she was born and reared in Naivasha, Kenya, and that she attended school there until the sixth grade before moving to Nairobi to work as a house girl since her mother could no longer afford to do so.
She claims that her boss became pregnant and gave birth nine months later. When her husband had to go out of town with their newborn, she was left to care for the baby alone at home. Later on that day, the husband came home and told his wife to kick back and relax while he made dinner.
When she returned to her bedroom after finishing her chores, she found the man there, naked. He had asked her to sleep with him, but she refused, so he ended up forcibly shacking up with her. The man has threatened to kill her if she tells anybody about his threats.
After being ill for a month, her boss asked her husband to take her to the hospital, where he learned that she was pregnant. Her boss’s husband then bought her malaria medication to fool his wife into thinking she had the disease.
The wife found out she was pregnant after trying for six months. They spoke on the phone and she demanded to know who was to blame for the pregnancy. She was telling the truth when she said her husband had raped her when she was in the hospital giving birth, despite the fact that she was innocent.
She says she called her friend and demanded to know everything about the story her friend had just told her, including that she should undress completely.
The two of them, according to Lydia, got a mop stick and pressed it against her genitalia while telling her that she had to abort the child.
At night, she broke the news to her boss’s husband. Before his wife could object, he slipped her money and unlocked the gate. After nine months, she gave birth to a healthy baby girl at home.
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