Kenyan singer and songwriter Judith Nyambura Mwangi alias Avril has taken to her social media page to remind her fans of the importance of knowing and maintaining their value. The singer shared a post that was first made by her colleague Wahu Kagwi, comparing the human value to that of Ksh 1,000 note.
According to Avril, the Ksh 1,000 note's value will never change no matter how many times it is crumbled or beaten up. No matter what it goes through, it will always remain Ksh 1,000.
The 'Chokoza' song hitmaker went on to say that her followers need to take their lives as that of the said note. On this, Avril argued that no matter what one goes through or the disappointments they do face, their value does not depend on such.
She then used this to tell her fans never to allow themselves to be looked down upon, even by their own selves. Avril ended by stating that everyone is unique and is amazing in a unique way, and nothing will ever beat that truth.
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