After months of suffering an arrest, being taken to court and put in handcuffs, Peter Blessing has finally gone back to school after a relative offered to pay for his form four school fees.
‘I have already gone back to school after a relative offered to pay my fees. I have already registered for exams.
It’s a public school called Mwangea secondary.’
Mwangea Secondary School is located in Voi Constituency within Taita Taveta County and is a mixed day secondary school.
Peter was however lost for word as to how Bahati kept a calm face even when he knew he was not telling the truth.
‘Why would someone lie and just try and ruin my name? Whatever he was saying on his video is just scripted.
99% of what he said is a lie and I know the truth will come out some day. We all make mistakes but he thinks he is always right’
In a recent YouTube video, Bahati alleged that Peter Blessing had refused to go to school.
He said he had planned how his new signee would join Form Three in 2020 but when the school’s administration called him (Peter), he refused to begin studies.
Bahati said complaints about Peter had gone overboard and on January 20, he called the young man’s parents requesting they counsel to him.
The mother, however, defended her child and told Bahati his son was a “hustler” and did not need him to succeed.