In my previous article we didn’t wrap up our conversation with Iradukunda, today our discussion continues.
If you all followed well, in our last paragraph, the story stopped when we have learnt that a alongside begging for food, Iradukunda, had to beg for money to by her own school materials.
The story continues.
Narrating her story, Iradukanda said that she uses the money to buy books, pens and pencils. “I have bought so far three books,” Iradukunda told me.
Iradukunda’s sponsors have stopped giving her support for her education. Consequently the headmaster has told her not to bother coming to school with out the school fees.
“I am determined to go to school, even if they send me away and I have to go back home at least I will have reached school,” Iradukunda said.
Iradukunda hopes to become a nurse when she has completed her studies. In her career she hopes to work hard and earn a lot of money.
If she is unable to become a nurse, Iradukunda hopes to get a good office job. She intends is to accumulate a lot of money. She wants to become rich.
When asked why she prefers becoming a nurse from other professions, Iradukunda said that nurses are paid a lot of money.
Dear friends, I presume Iradukunda is a brilliant child. There’s some thing unique and special about her.
I believe all the challenges she facing are moulding her into a woman of integrity. I have no doubt that she will one day become a millionaire.
Despite the poverty at Iradukunda’s family, she is able to stand and help the family through it.
If at all Iradukunda can think of buying her own scholastic materials not biscuits or sweets at this age, then she can do great things.
Dear Iradukunda, may the Almighty Father mould you into the woman of your dreams. The end.