Having celebrated fathers day on Sunday 17th, Ghetto radio men also joined the world wide celebrations by giving deserving fathers a fathers day gift.
On Wednesday June 20th Ghetto radio team toured Nairobi’s Githurai, Kahawa west, Kibera, Tasia and Kariadudu areas visiting different fathers who were nominated by ghetto radio fans for the fathers day visit.
Kariadudu’s Barrack Kegose was more than happy to welcome the team to his home.
Kegose lost his wife moths after his daughter was born he has raised his two children alone for the past two years.
Tassia’s Baraka was also among those that received the gift hamper courtesy of Ghetto radio and country side dairy limited.
Baraka narrated to the team how his wife’s demise led him into heavy drinking and neglect for his children.
“I started drinking alot, left the house dirty and plunged into debt after some time. One day I sobered up and looked at the condition my house was in, the kids were dirty i felt pitty on them and it is at that time that I decided to turn my life around.” He said
Barack has raised his kids for the past ten years as a single parent and says he has no regret and is happy he made a life changing decision.
Father’s Day is a worldwide celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society.