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Chipukeezy comes to the rescue of young drunk student

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Comedian and Nacada director Chipukeezy has on Thursday extended a helping hand to the young high school girl caught on tape drunk.

The video which went viral on Thursday, showed a young high school in her uniforms very drunk and unaware of what was happening around her.

She was being questioned by an elderly woman before she said that she is drinking because her mother does the same. “Why should I not drink when my mother drinks?” said the young girl.

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Chipukeezy took to her social media account to state that he has seen the clip of the drunk high school girl as the director of Nacada he will offer mentorship to the girl.

Chipukeezy continues by saying that the process to get in touch with the family has begun.

Also read:Drunk Japanese pilot arrested at Heathrow airport

According to the Nacada director the girl needs mentorship and inspiration and not condemnation.

He concludes by saying that is the reason that he holds office as somethings are about humanity and not money.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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