When young people get into the wrong company, they can ruin their family relationships and their life. This was the case with Philip Ndung’u. He was born in Nairobi and lost his mother when he was very young. He was forced to move in with his aunt who brought him up as his own. He was an A-student and went to Starehe Boys high school and later joined the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT). While there he got into the wrong group of friends and was introduced to alcohol and heroin. This led him to drop out of varsity, an action that negatively impacted on him and his family.
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Rose’s childhood was very happy. She lived with her mother and brothers and everything was going on well until one day her mum, out of nowhere went, mad. She recalled how the villagers brought her mother home tied up after she went berserk. Rose stepped up to care of her and her siblings. And it seems she didn’t catch a break in her adulthood either, facing a situation where she almost lost her life.
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Celine Njoki was born into an extended family and was a very happy child. She was extremely close with her father who unfortunately passed away when she was 7-years-old. She was forced to move in with her grandparents and while there, she was molested by her uncles. They threatened to kill her if she reported them. When she was an adult, she was gang-raped three times and falsely convicted for a crime she didn’t commit.
This is how the audience reacted to her story:
Aki she has been through Soo many painful tym since she was young..wen her story started I though her story is better than mine but wen she continued waaaa it was Soo emotional in such a way that have cried na ma story seems to be better than her...na all of those sort things she forgave all of her enemies for sure she has a heart. ??
Waaaaaah!...this was too much for an innocent woman like her...it was quite an ordeal. Thank God for the fb text she received a few moments before she took that poison. Just stick to your God madam
If there's one person I would love to know more,is Celine's Njoki God! The strength He has given you to the extent that you can share your ordeals without breaking down is unimaginable!
How she managed to share that story without shedding a tear still baffles me. God! This lady is strong
That was too much for one person. ?? I have never seen such a strong person that after all that she forgave them
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