Dear Seve Gat’sFriday 5.Today, I wished I could buy you a ticket, but I can’t afford it, the good news is I have…
Posted by Sam Gichuru on Friday, March 4, 2016
“I wished I could buy you a ticket, but I can’t afford it, the good news is I have friends, many friends…
So, I have harassed all my friends, so much, I think I have lost half of them, but they are amazing people. I’m collecting frequent flyer miles and commitments.
If you were serious, I mean really serious, I have good news for you, get your passport ready because your dreams are about to come true.
Hope this Facebook post finds you. Get in touch.”
Seve did get in touch, and the rest they say is history.
Sam and other benefactors raised enough in cash and kind for Seve’s trip to China, including accommodation (4star), travel insurance and pocket money and a visit to the Kenyan embassy in Beijing to meet the Kenyan Ambassador to China (they’re working on making that happen).
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