In an emotional interview, Noreen Barasa, the 28-year-old mother of two who fell in love with a wealthy white guy and was suspected of murdering her father, has described how her family falsely accused her. Besides Noreen, she has two children.
Noreen says she was able to enroll her children in one of the most costly institutions in the country after dating a wealthy white guy.
Mzungu lover dumped her for closest friend despite the fact that they weren't married. Even though they didn't get married until 2016, they had a good relationship.
Her life had been a constant source of worry before moving to Dubai in 2017. Her first stop after returning to Kenya was Qatar, where she lived for a year.
As a result of her father's illness, she claims she was forced to sell her farm in order to cover the costs of his care. When he died, everything changed for the worse for everyone involved.
Her aunts, uncles, and grandmother were correct in claiming that she killed her father by joining a cult that worshipped the devil in order to get rich.
Consequently, she was forced to leave her home because she fears for her safety because of their actions.
The jobless Noreen has had a difficult time of it. While looking for work, she says she's a driver.
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