My parents tell me I was born a very healthy child with a great future.
However, things changed when I reached the age of 3 and was taken ill by a very rare condition. When I went to hospital, the doctors said I would not survive. My mother gave up and chose a place where I was to be buried.
After three weeks in hospital, a doctor from Uganda who was visiting Kenya saw me and was interested in my case. He said those were signs of polio. He put me on medication and I survived.
However, all my legs were paralyzed, meaning I couldn’t walk. That was the beginning of my troubles. My life changed from a normal person to a person with disability. Everyone looked at me with pity. My parents took me to a special school for the disabled where I studied in primary school.
When I got older, I underwent five constructive surgeries which enabled me to walk on crutches. The good thing is that I was quite an intelligent person and passed my KCSE exam with flying colors.
I went abroad to study Computer Science courtesy of an organization that specializes in uplifting the lives of physically challenged persons.
When I came back to Kenya, I was quickly absorbed by the government and my life changed for the better as I had a good job and a special vehicle.
However, I just couldn’t find love. Men who came to my life were only interested in tasting a disabled woman and then running away. Some people, realizing that I had money, would take advantage of that to swindle me.
As I got into my 30s, I realized that there was a possibility I would spend the rest of my life alone. Disabled and without love.
I decided to reach out to Dr. Mugwenu, a leading herbalist in the country. I told him I desperately needed to find love. Mugwenu promised to help me.
Within two weeks, I met a guy at a public function in Nairobi, he saw my condition and helped me get to a seat. That’s how I got to know Josh. He was a KDF Soldier, also based in Nakuru. We went on a few dates, and realized then that he was my soulmate.
We got married in a colorful wedding in April this year and we are now expecting our first child.
I am taking this opportunity to ask anyone with similar problems to visit Doctor Mugwenu.
Mugwenu doctors, for instance, 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 quiet place and detach yourself from everything around you. This is very important because your body must connect with the healing elements.
He heals pressure, diabetes ulcers, gonorrhea, syphilis, TB, manhood weakness among other things. The doctor also solves life challenges such as love issues, family problems, hardships in business, increases your luck, which is winning lottery games and court cases, promotion at work and clears away devilish spirits and dreams.