Two Kenyan sisters who were allegedly abandoned by their mother at a hospital 26 years ago have launched a search for their family.
Serah Muthoni, 30, and her sister Emma Wamuyu, 29, said they were dumped at a Nyahururu hospital in 1993.
The two allegedly stayed at the hospital for some days before being taken to Kabete Children’s Home. The two grew up in different children orphanages in the country until they were 18.
Serah has appealed to anyone who may have information about her family to help her trace them.
“Am appealing to anyone who may have information about the whereabouts of our parents or even relatives to help me trace them. My sister and I are doing well in life. We were taken to school by the church and we are all working and financially independent,” wrote Serah.
“Even if it’s a distant cousin, am sure someone knows something about us,” she added.
Kabete Children’s Home and its former administrator confirmed to Nairobi News that Serah and Emma lived in the sanctuary for a couple of years before moving out.
“They stayed at the home at some point and they are known,” Florence Makau told Nairobi News.
Serah told her long-lost family that they are doing well in life.
“Am appealing to anyone who may have information about the whereabouts of our parents or even relatives to help me trace them. My sister and I are doing well in life,” she said.