Posted April 4, 2021 1:18 pm by

Why I have been missing for 17 years – Muranga woman reunites with family

A middle-aged woman who disappeared from her parent’s home 17 years ago has returned home claiming lack of fare could not allow her to visit her parents.

A family in Kagaa Village in Kahuro Sub County termed the comeback of their Kin Milka Muthoni as an Easter blessing from God.

Muthoni who showed up with a young child narrated that after she went to Nairobi in 2004, she got married but the marriage was rocked by domestic violence.

She told villagers who milled at her parents’ home that due to numerous challenges she could not get fare to return to her home.

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After completing her class eight education, the mother of six opted to get a job in the city where she did menial jobs before meeting her first husband who hailed from Narok County.

“We stayed with my husband in Nairobi for a short period and opted to go and stay at his rural home. At the outskirts of Narok town, things got worse during 2007 post-election violence. This prompted us to leave our rural home and go stay in Narok town,� Muthoni narrated.

She added that things did not go well as her husband turned violent and most of the time she was chased to sleep outside. In the marriage, Muthoni was blessed with three children.

“The marriage was rocked by many wrangles and I opted to escape but my husband by then shield the children denying me a chance to escape with them. I moved to Nyeri to be hosted by a friend in 2011,� She further stated.

Muthoni continued, “In Nyeri, I embarked on some small jobs and in the process I got another husband and we moved to his rural home where we constructed our house and started a new life.�

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In the new marriage, Muthoni said she was blessed with two children but unfortunately her husband who was a driver was jailed in connection with a theft.

“My husband who was a driver was arrested in Mombasa after stolen goods were found outside his rental house. He was not lucky as he was jailed for two years. In 2019, the conviction ended,� added Muthoni.

The mother of five further narrated the many challenges she encountered while his husband was in jail saying some people torched her house after she blamed Read More…