Jeremy Kiuna was born with cerebral palsy. He was born prematurely at six months at only 1.1kg. He was anemic and went through a blood transfusion despite his young age. Looking at this little boy, there seemed to be no hope. However, Jeremy was born a fighter.
"It gets offensive. Some people would tell me "You walk like a horseman, a character from Narnia who is half-human half-horse or you walk like a horse," he narrated.
Despite these challenges, Jeremy has risen through the heights of success, placing his name in an hitherto of untouched heights in the competitive education sphere.
In 2019, Jeremy was given a standing ovation by an aghast, perplexed and mesmerized crowd as he showed up on the podium to receive his graduation certificate from the New Manchester High School, strategically located in the United Kingdom.
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