Help a child get access to education, move away from the streets, drugs and so many more

Help a child get access to education, move away from the streets, drugs and so many more

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Linda Kayembe started this petition to Governments and

A country without tomorrow's leader can never go far, they can not move forward together, they will always have fights and problems. Many of our leaders for tomorrow either are on the streets, doing drugs, involved in gangsterism, drop out of school, drink, smoke, and so many more. We then ask why is this happening? But instead of asking why, let us sit down and ask what can we do to stop our future leaders from taking part in such kind behaviors. Many drop out are in gangs because that the only activity that keeps them active and support they families in terms of food.

As I look at South Africa, a lot of violence is taking place in the country, less jobs and support for each other. I live in a neighborhood where shooting is a normal thing. Guns are exposed to kids at a very young age because it part of life. Our communities are afraid of what might happen to they children tomorrow, they are not sure whether if they let their children go out they will return back safely. Our leaders need to sit down, found solutions and ask what keeps a child active, happy, distracted and always eager to trying new things. Every child has dreams. There is no child in this world that has no dreams that they wish to accomplish one day in life, but the only way those dreams can be fulfilled is through allowing them to express how they feel, what they want to be, create opportunities for them, allow every child to be in school whether they are foreigners or citizen because education does not choose whether the child should be a citizen or not, rich or poor, well manned or not. EVERYONE NEEDS TO HAVE THE SAME EQUAL TREATMENT AND EDUCATION IN THE COUNTRY. They is no point in being a leader , knowing very well that you are not welling to listen to your fellow citizens of the country.

I decided to start of Miss Kayembe which is under three categories:

1.       Motivational Speaker @misskayembe.official

2.       Foundation @misskayembefoundation

3.       Movement @misskayembemovement

Due to the desire and passion I have for children. It hurts to see a child get hurt, go to bed without food, no money to attend school or live they dreams, honestly speaking it hurts. I experienced all that when I was young because my mom had no money to pay for her children to attend school, so what would happen is I would go and look for something to do just to earn money so my mom and sister had something to eat. My sister never attended to school and till today I am not sure if she did attend school because we got separated at a very young age. When I arrived in South Africa my dreams as always been to change a child's life, because I know how it feels to not attend school, experience hurt, not live your dreams, no food to eat, because how will you eat if you don't have money to buy food and how will you work if you don't have education? Due to this experience I made myself a promise that never ever will I ever want to see a child go through what I went through as a child, and that what inspired me to start of Miss Kayembe. My dreams, goals and wish is that every child receive education, home to live, stay away from streets, gangsterism be taken serious and right to basic needs. 

I Invite you to be part of this family and change the world together. Invite and tell your friends and family to join this movement. It will not just change your life but it can change the life of a small child who is in great need of guidance from someone like you. This movement will help many kids stay away from streets, drugs, gangsterism, drinking and smoking through your help. Why not be part of the family and change lives.

I kindly ask and plead that you be part of this movement and change a life of a child.

 

 

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