Digital content creator and professional photographer, Baba Talisha, recently shared a heartfelt video on social media detailing the emotional journey he has been through with his beloved daughter, Talisha.
In the emotional video, Baba Talisha broke down as he opened up about his daughter’s health struggles. With tears streaming down his face, he took to his social media platforms to reveal the heartbreaking news that Talisha might only have the ability to see through one eye.
Expressing his deep sadness, Baba Talisha shared, “Today, I am so heartbroken. I just found out that my daughter could only see me with one eye. One of her brain nerves for sight was tampered with. I just did not expect that… It’s painful walking with her, knowing my little girl…I will always live with regrets of why.. why did we even leave home in the first place.”
The emotional disclosure left him grappling with profound sorrow and regret, reflecting on a tragic accident that forever changed their lives.
The incident occurred in August 2020 when Baba Talisha and his now late wife left home for a photoshoot with a client. They also took some beautiful photos of themselves for framing and hanging in their house.
After the photoshoot, the family was on their way home when tragedy struck. Along Thika road, Baba Talisha, who was driving, collided with stationary vehicles, and everything went silent.
Hours later, good Samaritans helped rescue his daughter from the wreckage and rushed her to the hospital. Unfortunately, his 22-year-old wife did not survive the accident.
Baby Talisha was put on emergency treatment and later referred to KNH hospital for specialized management. She spent over 20 days in the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU), receiving life care support.
In a previous interview, Baba Talisha revealed that his daughter has been in therapy since the accident, as she lost her memory due to a brain injury. This setback affected all her milestones, resetting them to zero. The family continues to navigate the challenges of their new reality, marked by loss, grief, and the ongoing recovery of Baby Talisha.