Unborn: The Battle Within

By Fred Makori I had to be on set for a production I was involved in. That meant I wouldn’t be available to accompany my wife to the imaging center for the ultrasound. We were happy that our firstborn was going to get a sibling in a couple of months. We had big plans; a…

Unexpectant: Losing My Pregnancy and My Mind (Part III)

By Roseline K. Njogu Nairobi Hospital area. If I found myself in that neighborhood, my heart would pound, my chest would tighten, I’d break into a cold sweat and I was sure I was going to die. But death and thoughts of death were now constant companions. I thought of my dead baby every waking…