Taking to the social media, Wanja urged Kenyans to always check on each other, claiming that majority are drowning in depression in silence. She pleaded with all to do the following;
1. Give attention to those friends who lose jobs or business.
2. Rach out to single mothers playing independent.
3. Reach out to jobless and drunkards who have been branded useless by the community and their families.
4. Help that girlfriend who suddenly became lazy and withdrawn.
She further advised those depressed that suicide is not the solution. Wanja claimed that killing self only transfers problems to others. In addition, she claimed that alcohol and whiskey cannot solve your problems.
In conclusion, Wanja claimed that "paybills after suicide is HYPOCRISY", meaning that we should all be our brothers keepers and help each other to save a life instead of turning up after the victims give up to depression.
Let's all be our brothers keepers. Let's fight depression together.
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