Favour Karimi (left) and her twin sister Blessing Kathure share Valentine’s Day love at Kenyatta National Hospital on February 14, held by their mother Caroline Mukiri. PHOTO | EVANS HABILFavour Karimi (left) and her twin sister Blessing Kathure share Valentine’s Day love at Kenyatta National Hospital on February 14, held by their mother Caroline Mukiri. PHOTO | EVANS HABIL
By VIVIAN JEBET

The mother of the separated conjoined twins Blessing and Favour is now appealing to well-wishers to help her find a job to raise her daughters.

Ms Caroline Mukiri, 29, who has settled down with her daughters, mother and sister at home in Tutua village in Meru County, said she is open to any gainful opportunity that will enable her put food on the table for her young family.

WITHOUT A JOB

Ms Mukiri , who has a Form Four certificate, said it will be a challenge to raise her babies without a job since the twins will be required to make routine visits to Kenyatta National Hospital for checkups, with the first visit slated for early next month.

Two-year-olds Blessings Kathure and Favour Karimi, who underwent a delicate 23-hour operation last year at KNH, arrived at their Meru home last week and met relatives for the first time.