Most celebrities and other prominent people in this country tend to have a bitter story behind their struggles to success. However some of them tend to keep the bitter experiences to themselves rather than using it as a platform to inspire another brother or sister with similar dreams.
Well in this case right activist Boniface Mwangi decided to surprise his fans as he celebrated his 33rd birthday and his way of doing it was to upload throw back photo of back in the days when he used to be a book vendor in the streets struggling to make ends meet under the hot sun.
After years of toil the rights activist turned to photography and since then got the opportunity to become a public figure and is now enjoying life at first lane.
Never tell a young person that anything cannot be done. God may have been waiting centuries for someone ignorant enough of the impossible to do that very thing. G.M. Trevelyan
The above quote by G.M Trevelyan is one of my favourite quotes. It motivated me when l was in my teens selling books in the streets. I was broke with months of rent arrears. It was a constant reminder to put my best foot forward because the impossible could be achieved. l live the impossible everyday. Impossible is nothing. Today l turn 33 years old. I am thankful to God. Kweli, God Ni Msooh, amenitoa far. (God is great, thus far that He has brought me).” Boniface Mwangi captioned his old photo.
Here is the photo