Tears As University Student Is Found Mad In The Streets
By Bundii | self meida writer
Published 5 days ago - 10 views
Painful tears as a university student is found mad in the streets. This has occurred when the ministry of education has made all possible efforts to ensure that every child in this country has received education, the government on the other hand is committed to ensure that all the students who qualify for HELB funds have been given accordingly. The parents in this country are so supportive to their school going children, they often ensure that they have cleared the school fees as directed by the given learning institution.
Sadly Nairobi University Student who went missing for 3 years has been found mad in the streets. The parents found their son mad in the streets unbelievably, according to his mother, he was a bright student at the University Of Nairobi when he went missing. However the cause of his madness has not been established.
This is so painful to the parents who have been left worrying on their own child would shape their family and the country as whole. May God intervene and save the situation.
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