A 26 years old man whose name is Felix Joel was seen with a signboard which inscripted that his kidney was on sale. According to the young man, his father died in the year 2007, this resulted in his becoming a father figure and as a result of this, he became the breadwinner of the family. He further said that he had three brothers who are now with him and are now also looking up to him as their new father.
He said when he was in class 7, he had to start up a business and start taking care of them because his mom was jobless. He added that due to his lack of finance, his education in Masinde Muliro University had to come to an end in the year 2017. He said after halting education, he ventured into a full time business which aided him in paying the bills of his siblings. He said that was why he stood on the road with a signboard trying sell his kidney to send his brother's to school.
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