Helping Each Other Handle Depression

Ever since the onset of COVID-19 in our country, there have been instances of people engaging in actions that have been fatal to their lives and those of others. Some of these have included: kidnapping, murder and the eradication of entire family members.

Recently, there was a case that involved a young man who sought the help of his friend to murder his entire family of five other members. This was one of the most gruesome cases of crime in our country since the beginning of 2021.

“When we do not take action, we are only left to suffer the consequences of inaction”.

Alfred Yambo

It is so unfortunate that, the youth who are supposed to be finding ways of getting back on track with school work are engaging in murder. This is because they are lacking in guidance from parents, teachers, neighbours and even elder siblings.

Police officers control a crowd near the scene of the inspection of a vehicle suspected to be packed with explosives on April 24, 2014 in Nairobi’s Somali district of Eastleigh a day after another car bomb was detonated killing two police officers at a nearby police station. Following a tip-off from the public, bomb experts set about inspecting the vehicle which they said bore signs of having been used to transport a large load, possibly an explosive device, before towing it away for further forensic inspection. At least four people, including two policemen, were killed on Wednesday when a car bomb exploded outside a police station in Nairobi near a major Somali neighbourhood. AFP PHOTO / Tony KARUMBA (Photo credit should read TONY KARUMBA/AFP/Getty Images)

We therefore must take it upon ourselves to offer sound advice to our youth to keep them on the right path towards educational and life success. We are all responsible for any youth around us and therefore owe it to ourselves as society to be there to guide them and prevent further subculture crime.

Published by Lavine

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you".

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