Kakamega Family Gifted New House by Well-Wishers Decry its Poor State: “Inatingika”

  • Roselyn Odhiambo and her husband Willy moved many Kenyans in May 2022 after they resorted to selling the roofing iron sheets to settle their son’s hospital bill
  • Though they were built a new house after many were moved by their plight, they are now living in anxiety months after they were built new house
  • They said the new house is in a bad state they do not feel safe in it as its walls shake

A Kakamega family that was gifted a new house by well-wishers a few months ago has decried the sad state of the new structure, which it claimed is on the verge of collapse.

The Kakamega family said the house built by well-wishers is weak. Photo: UGC.
Source: UGC

Roselyn Odhiambo and her husband Willy moved many Kenyans in May 2022 after they resorted to selling the roofing iron sheets of their mud-walled house so that they could pay their son’s hospital bill.

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Their plight moved many, and well-wishers came out to build the family a new house, but a few months after the new home was constructed, the Odhiambos are living in anxiety.

They said they constantly worry about their safety whilst living in that new brick-walled home which they feel is on the brink of crumbling, as its walls are already shaking.

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“A well-wisher came here and offered to build us a new house. At first, the construction was okay, but as days went by, I noted they were not building it rightly. After they were done with the roofing, the well-wisher came and told me he would return with the doors, but I have never seen him again.I am particularly worried about the bedroom walls, which shake vigorously, and the house itself is also weak,” Odhiambo’s wife told West TV Kenya.

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She said they are forced to take shelter in their kitchen whenever it rains, as the strong wind may bring down the house.

Roselyn asked for help from well-wishers to complete the house and make it strong for the sake of her kids.

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Source: TUKO.co.ke

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