A 17-year-old bright Kisii high school student is currently living with his mother in the streets after eviction from their house due to rent arrears.
According to renowned journalist Terryanne Chebet who shared the plight of the family on her Twitter handle. Dante approached her and her sister in Hurlingham and narrated their ordeal. Chebet then went to speak to the mother. Her name is Janet Moraa, she used to work at Safaricom. She's got a spinal injury and has bed sores and maggots all over. She was admitted to the Kenyatta Hospital but got kicked out due to a lack of funds. Dante, her son, attended Thika Road Christian School and finished 26th overall in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) in 2016.
According to Chebet, Dante's mother badly needs any help she can get. If she can get back to the hospital, she will be very much grateful. Dante too needs to go back to school. Dante showed Chebet a photo of him welcoming former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero when he visited their school to demonstrate his credibility.
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