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Controversial Akorino couple mourn the loss of their child

The story of the twin Akorino brothers, Peter Macharia and Teddy Kimathi, who lied about being married to the same woman, broke the internet.

The trio raised eyebrows when they revealed that they shared a bed and had a romantic relationship.

Teddy and Peter later apologized to their fans, saying they had lied to seek attention and popularity.

It now turns out the pregnancy they used to push eyeballs to their YouTube channel saw the couple welcome a baby girl.

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Teenager Emily Nyaruiru welcomed her child on new year’s eve, according to a post shared by influencer Karangu Wa Muraya.

Unfortunately, the baby died days later.

Taking to social media to announce the demise, Emily’s boyfriend said it was the saddest day ever.

He went on to call out a hospital, alleging that their baby died due to negligence.

“Saddest morning ever in my entire life the Hospital needs to do some explaining to us. God’s will, NOT me and Emily’s will,” he captioned, accompanied by crying emojis.

The first time dad alleged they lost their daughter Kui due to a lack of finances.

“Lack of money made us lose you Kui we could have taken you to a better hospital.”

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Kenyans have since been comforting the couple online, while some advised them to maintain a private life.

A fan identified as Gathanju John Njoroge said, “Sorry for the loss The Kimathis. But avoid exposing your private life on social media huku kumejaa all kinds of people.”

Another fan Maish Wambo said, “Woiye too painful may the Lord strengthen you during this difficult time and heal your hearts.”

After their apology was aired online, Youth Pastor Mr T Mwangi said that the twins reached out to him, saying they were really sorry for causing the fuss.

“I’m happy to announce that the twins reached out and we had a powerful conversation and had prayers of restoration. They are sorry for what they did,” Mwangi said.

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