A boy narrates his story on how his talent of drawing manages his bills and those of his 5 brothers. Ibrahim Rasso, a youth from Kwale county, Musambweni sub county, Diani location has said that despite not attending any creative art class, his talent is really helping him.
After the loss of her mother he had to step in her shoes and take care of his siblings. His friends helped him with the starting capital for purchase of charcoal pens and pencils .
Every evening after his hustle Ibrahim could take his drawing equipments and embark to drawing where he earn a lot
Ibrahim congratulated the government for the new curriculum since it will nature talent compared to him whom did not attend the creative art class since the classes were removed 20 yrs ago. This made him struggle at first to gain momentum unlike now where pupils have access to everything
Here are reactions of Kenyans after seeing the talent
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