My battle with dyslexia: I once was lost but have now found myself

Kendi Kamanja Oketch, in her late 30s, had it rough all through school since she had trouble communicating. She knew that something was wrong with her but couldn’t tell what is was, until early this year. PHOTO | COURTESY

What you need to know:

  • Because of my struggle with learning, my parents thought I would do better in boarding school.
  • This awareness of my problem gave me peace of mind. I immediately started using my Facebook page to spread this awareness.

Kendi Kamanja Oketch, in her late 30s, had it rough all through school since she had trouble communicating. She knew that something was wrong with her but couldn’t tell what is was, until early this year. Here is her story as told to Millicent Mwololo.

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