Former Tusker project fame participant Alvan Gatitu has thanked Kenyans for coming to his aid, during a difficult moment in his life.
This was after he shared a video of himself narrating how he had been kicked out of his house.
Taking to his social media account Alvan wrote,
‘when you start your day one way and end up in a different place.
Thankful from the bottom of my heart, God bless you.
Humanity is still alive.’
Speaking during an interview on NTV Alvan said he has fought anxiety attacks before.
‘I have suffered anxiety attacks before.
One thing I promised myself is that I would never be vulnerable enough to speak about where I am in life.
I was trying to hold a fallacy that was hurting me.’
‘When I woke up in that guard’s booth,I knew I was done trying to show that am alright.
I had reached out for help and nothing was coming through.
I decided to speak the reality of my situation.’
Kenyans heard his cries and contributed towards his welfare.
It was once again a chance for Kenyans to prove that umoja ni nguvu.
Truth be told, many people are suffering it’s just that they do not have the guts to share like Alvan did.
It’s a high time people normalized the idea of speaking out and sharing their problems.
Usikubali kufa na shida peke yaki, ongea,usikike.