A hubbands death opens a chapter of misery and abuse from people the wife had taken as the second family. Women driven to depression and others at times commit suicide.Kwamboka life and that of her four kids changed just after the person she had loved and shared bittersweet with took his last breath. She had vowed to love and care of her husband in sickness and in health, and stood with him even when doctors had gave up.Death not only took him away but also her friends, her dignity and her in-laws,whom she had known close to eight years.
She had met her husband some years back in a wedding where both of them were on the bridal party line-up.Thiers was love on the first sight,and by the end of that wedding they had already exchanged contacts. A year later, they were the bride and the groom as they tied knot before their families and friends.“When he introduced me to his family,they warmly welcomed me, despite our tribal and cultural differences, and I made an effort to learn their language and traditions,” She said.
Eight years down the line they had four children. However tragedy struck the family where the her husband died. Her husband died of kidney problem as she narrated.She could not even take part in burial preparations for her hubby as she was really in shock how he had passed so early.She instead had his brother stand for him where her husband’s family misinterpretated her action. After her husband was laid to rest,her in-laws travelled to Nairobi, where they summoned her and ordered that they furnished with all documents concerning the properties she owned with the deceased.She really had no place to rush and seek justice as she really did not believe in court but this time round she had to give it a trail.
“it has been frustrating I cannot visit my husband’s grave because I cannot step there. We are now living as bitter enemies just because of properties,which we will all die and leave in this world,” She said crying.Two weeks before the court had given the verdict concerning the wrangle he met this traditional doctor Dr Mugwenu as he had been his fan and followed this herbalist on social media. She even got his contacts through his facebook account. She is now happily the owner of her husband’s property as the traditional doctor had property spells and winning court cases spells casted to her.
she is now happily living as this traditional doctor really saved her from her woes that were coming from all angels facilitated by her in-laws and people she believed were her second family.You can get help from Dr Mugwenu from where you are though distance healing. Mugwenu doctors say one of their greatest attributes is distance healing.They will work together with you, but detachment is the key to success during this healing process.You must be in a quiet place and detach yourself from any disturbance.Connect with him through contact -+254740637248 email firstname.lastname@example.org website www.mugwenudoctors.com