A young man went viral after his photos learning under some street lights graced most of social media sites.
In the photos the young boy was studying under the lights by the roads after his family failed to get enough money to buy tokens.
However, Kenyans of goodwill came to support the innocent young man attain his dream.
My team under the Alinur Foundation was able to trace this bright young boy (Salim Khamisi a Grade 6 pupil from Jola Urabi primary in Shanzu Mtwapa doing his home work by the roadside using street lights) today at their home.
He wants to become a pilot once he's done with school. Unfortunately, at the moment his parents are unemployed.
His mother is a tailor by proffesion. My team donated some food stuffs to the family and also paid 3 months token for the family.
Many have commended the aspiring politician for his kind gesture.
Kilonzo... I don't know much about your credibility to hold public office, but if I was a voter where you will be vying, there is a 95% chance I would vote for you👍
Kamanda.. Helping is a nice move ..but y can't yu leave the camera behind ...this's cheap publicity ....bomboclat.
Charles... Good deeds but why would you carry Camera with you; There are some people doing even great things but they dont advertise.
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