Moving on after losing hands and an eye to domestic violence

Faith Ninsiima breaks down as she narrates her ordeal.

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Domestic violence. The year 2016 will be one that 28-year-old Faith Ninsiima will remember for a long time. On March 10, 2016, she woke up with all her limbs intact. But by the time the day ended, she had lost them both and an eye. Her husband had cut them all off. In just a few seconds she was amputated and left for dead, but it was not her time to die. She told Jessica Sabano her story.

“I first got married to a bodaboda cyclist and we had two children. My husband got an accident and died and I was left alone to take care of the children who are now aged 10 and four. After sometime, I married another man, Adolf Busingye who is also a bodaboda cyclist.
On the fateful day of March 10, 2016, I was seven months pregnant, expecting his baby. A few days before that, we had developed a misunderstanding. I had cultivated maize and the harvest was promising. Busingye came back home and asked me to sell off the maize and give him the money because he wanted to purchase a motorcycle.

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