My Hubby Left Me Because I gave Birth to Twins
By Mohamed Odhiambo
| March 10th 2017
The heartless incident happened in November 2015 when the woman, Pamela Auma gave birth to two boys in a Migori Hospital.
Pamela says that her husband, whom they have stayed with since 2014 took her to the hospital when labour pains got the better side of her in November 2015.
Upon realising that the good heavens had blessed Pamela with double-bundle of joy, Hezron reportedly left the hospital in the pretence of getting back to his boda-boda job only for him to go missing without a single trace.
"He took me to the hospital for delivery but when he saw the twins, he said he was reporting back to his job. Since that day I have never set my eyes on him again. He took away all his belongings from our house," Pamela said.
She says that her attempt to look for one Mr. Hezron whom she now terms as a deadbeat dad is yet to bore fruits with no trace of light at the end of the proverbial tunnel, adding that not even his friends and former workmate have been of help.
"I have looked for him for close to two years now with zero trace. His friends and former workmates are not in the know of his whereabouts," she has said.
The story, however, takes a quite interesting twist when Pamela confesses that she had heard of the existence of two other women in Hezron's life, posing as his wives but she is yet to do something about it.
As if that is not enough, Pamela adds that she upto date does not know her husband's official names neither does she know his phone number or any of his relatives.
With that confession, the search has continued to be fruitless and quite hard.
With all said and nothing done, Pamela continues to roam Migori streets in search of help from willing people to fend for her four children(2 are from the previous marriage).
She now asks of anyone willing to help her raise capital to kickstart a business to make ends meet.
"I'm pleading to the general public to help me raise capital to start a business to feed and clothe my four children," She summarised.
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