“Nliwapenda”: Nairobi woman who killed her two kids recounts what happened.

On a fateful evening in Nairobi, a woman named Mary killed her two young children. In a heart-wrenching confession, she recalls the events that led up to the tragedy.

Mary was a single mother struggling to make ends meet. She worked long hours at a factory to provide for her children, but it was never enough. The constant stress and financial strain took a toll on her mental health, and she began to suffer from severe depression.

One evening, after a particularly grueling day at work, Mary returned home to find her children fighting. In a moment of overwhelming frustration, she snapped. She picked up a kitchen knife and began stabbing her children, unable to control her emotions.

After the deed was done, Mary was overcome with guilt and regret. She called the police and waited for them to arrive, still in shock and unable to comprehend what she had done.

In the days and weeks that followed, Mary was consumed by grief and remorse. She was arrested and charged with murder, and faced a long and difficult trial. Despite her remorse and the fact that she was clearly suffering from mental illness, she was sentenced to life in prison.

Mary spends her days in her cell, haunted by the memory of what she did. She knows that she can never undo the harm she has caused, and will spend the rest of her life trying to come to terms with her actions.