Faith Wandia is a fourth-year student at Kabarak University who is pursuing a master's degree course and she is now popular on social media. However, Wandia revealed that she was forced by the ongoing idea of hunger in the country to seek for other means of getting flour. She revealed that she tried to lure her friends about the idea but they boycotted the idea and they tried to discourage her from doing it.
However, she revealed that she saw a clip on social media revealing how some of the children are suffering from malnutrition and hunger. She revealed that this idea forced her to work tirelessly to ensure that she finds a better solution to get food for them.
“I saw a video clip of a malnourished girl sitting on dusty ground as she helplessly looked at her younger brother, who was crawling towards an empty pot,” Wandia said.
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