Some Things are Quite Unbelievable, Until it Happens To you. I Never Thought My Child Would go Missing for Years

Some things are quite unbelievable, until it happens to you. I never thought my child would go missing for years. 

For a very long time I saw news about children going missing with distraught mothers and fathers would be seen tearfully asking for information about the whereabouts of their children. Looking at those news I never thought that it such unfortunate occurrence would be my situation.

My name is Meresa Awiti, a resident of Obunga in Kisumu City. I still remember vividly the events of 24th December 2020 like it was yesterday. My  6-year-old little girl and a few of my neighbour’s kids dressed up and left the house at 6pm in the evening headed for the local church for a night vigil to usher in Christmas day.

I went to bed early that day as my husband who worked construction normally did not come home until 10pm in the night. When I woke up the following morning motherly instincts directed me to go directly to where my only daughter usually slept. To my utter shock and disbelief her beddings were still neatly folded like they were the previous day.

I quickly rushed back to my bedroom to wake my husband to tell him the distressing news. He promptly told me to go check with the neighbour’s kids who had gone to the vigil together with my little Mary Atieno. Horror of horrors! My little girl was not there and the neighbours kids told me they left her walking back to my house after the vigil ended!

The walk back to my tiny two bedroom house was a long one and I was literally shaking with fear, what would I tell my husband?
We quickly reported the issue at the local police station, they booked the case and promised action.
 Within the next week I heard no news about my little girl and as the days moved I could not eat or sleep. I was distraught and blamed myself for allowing the girl go to the vigil. As people celebrated Christmas and the New Year it was despondency in my family.

Weeks turned into months, with unscrupulous people taking advantage of our dire situation promising to lead us to our little girl if we parted with some amount of money. No matter how much we spent, we were unsuccessful and the financial burden took a toll on our family and my husband who turned to alcohol to drown away his sorrows.

After one year I heard about a Dr Majaliwa advertising his services over the radio. He claimed that he could help people with our predicament reunite with a loved one. I made the long but cautious journey from Kisumu to Migori where he claimed to be based.

Fortunately, I found him and he told me to be patient, he worked his thing and told me to return because my little girl was already ion her way back home. I went to Kisumu feeling dejected and frustrated. A week passed as my anguish and frustrations grew. 

I decided to go church to pray for God to help me, but during the announcement period the pastor announced that a lost girl was in the backroom and congregants could go check in case the knew the girl. I could wait I went and to my surprise my now grown girl sat there looking emaciated and dirty.
I couldn’t believe what Dr.Majaliwa did and I am forever grateful.

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