The Lost Boys of Thika Town

Life in the Kiandutu Slums is hard living and that’s why life on the streets of Thika Town is not a bad alternative to some of the children growing up there. I call these children “The Lost Boys of Thika Town”.
In between my travels from Nairobi to Garissa Town, I have taken on a project to try to recover some of these boys from the “sometimes criminal” life on the streets of Thika Town. They are not bad kids, just a little misguided and have no one to hold them accountable. There are no fathers around to keep them in line and they can come and go as they please. This usually leads to glue sniffing addiction and pan handling for money or scraps of food.

Something can be done about this epidemic. Watch this episode to see if God puts it on your heart to help out in this cause.

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