| By Emmanuel Murimi |
Our recent visit to Kenyatta National Hospital’s paediatric ward was an eye opener for me. I can at least say that from my interactions there, I’ve been able to shift my perspective of life. It’s from these interactions that I truly got to appreciate the friends and people around me as well as the little things that I can be able to do for my own self. There are things that I take for granted probably cause of the assumption that certain things in life look normal. From it all, I’ve resolved to at least mobilize a few of my friends so that we can get to visit a few of the kids once in a while, preferably on a monthly basis, so that we can get to play as well share stories which will help to brighten and give hope to the lovely soles. A big thumbs up to COP for the great initiative and a wakeup call to those of us who are still there. Let’s all resolve to play a little role towards giving hope to our brothers and sisters in whatever way we can for that’s how true legacies are left.
Emmanuel is a 4th year BCOM student at Strathmore University.