A fifity four years old blind man is currently demanding for justice this comes after he worked for a school where he built a dormitory for the school but he was not paid.
From the reports that have emerged online Henry Simuyu who is also a blind man is having money issues with the administration of St Kizito Girls' High School.
This comes after he was contracted to build a dormitory for the school sometime back while he was still okay before even losing his sight.
But the school management had seamigly taken advantage of his current situation as he is blind hence holding back his money.
Henry is currently demanding Ksh 540,000 balance from the school which he was not paid even after completing the job.
“I was to be paid by the school on completion of the dormitory, they took advantage of my disability and refused to honor our agreement,” he said with tears flowing from his eyes.
The man, who is leaving in a dilapidated structure even revealed to the public that his elder daughter had dropped out of school and disappeared due to poverty.
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