Talented young man in need for help

A Shurugwi youngster is appealing for support to further his academic career. Ntokozo Nyathi, 20, has passed 9 O’ Levels. His parents died when he was three years old. “Initially I had high hopes that my academic dreams were going to be fulfilled but the rays of hope seems to be fading by the day," he told The Zimbabwean.

Ntokozo Nyathi

Ntokozo Nyathi

“From the looks of things my life seems to be bleak, my dreams seem to be shattered. I have been left with no option except to appeal to well-wishers to help shape my life academically. May the corporate world please help me with support,” said the soft-spoken Ntokozo.

He was raised by his grandfather, a peasant farmer in Dorset area of Shurugwi South, where he persevered and successfully studied at primary and secondary school.

“I hate my past because it has caused a lot of problems in my life, chief among them failure  to proceed to A’ Level. After completing O’ level my peers tried to hood wink me into juvenile delinquencies such as drug abuse – to no avail.   I chose to be addicted to academic excellence and I never let those who are addicted to small thinking make me think like them and abandon my big dreams. If you can’t dream it you can never have it,” he said.

Those that want to help free Ntokozo from the chains of poverty that tie him down can contact him at +263 712 095 086 or +263 735 030 590 or e-mail him at [email protected]

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