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“I don’t know y am crying” – Kids Treks a Huge Distance For their Education, Sparks Emotions

Cursory: A touching of determined school children from a remote Cameroonian village walking to Nigeria in pursuit of education due to a lack of functioning schools in Cameroon has evoked emotions.

A touching video has been circulating, showcasing school children from a remote village in Cameroon who walk to Nigeria in pursuit of education.

Despite facing financial constraints and having poor roads in their village, these determined children embark on the journey on foot.

A compassionate man encountered them and inquired about their situation. The children explained that they lacked funds for transportation, and even if they could afford a bike, the roads in their village were not suitable for motorized vehicles.

The children revealed that there are no functioning schools in Cameroon due to an ongoing crisis. Nonetheless, driven by their passion for learning, they made the brave decision to walk to Nigeria to continue their education.

The compassionate man intervened and paid N20k for two bike riders to transport the children to the border, from where they would continue on foot to their village since other means of transportation were not viable.

The story of these determined young learners has deeply touched the hearts of many.

See video below:


Kids Treks from Cameroon🇨🇲 to Nigeria 🇳🇬 back to Cameroon 🇨🇲 just to acquire Education.

♬ original sound – Gana_Comedian

See reactions below:

@Braidswithsabine:But they have Nigerian accent how ????????

@the young:Thank you sir more grace

@Lum Vangreatness:No i’m no crying😢 God Bless you sir🙏🏼

@@gloriousoftouch:God bless u i don’t know y am crying, God bless u

@𝒍𝒐𝒚𝒔:Thank you bro brothers keeper

@Anita Tekoh:thank you Sir God will continue to bless you for this kind gesture 🙏

@Fred:And they are shocked soldiers are taking over

@kizkimatu:@kidzzy_atu:I have trekked from mbu through several other villages to kalumo for a research in nutrition. it was quite an experience💪💪

@billy:God bless you for being a good Nigerian/African.

@godsfavorite398 commented: Nigerian people are so loving and caring aswear my reason of loving u people sir thanks alot ur kind hearted and ur generosity may God bless you.

@presichongoal added: I am a Cameroonian and saying thank you for the gesture is an understatement may God replenish and end the ongoing crisis in the anglophone regions.

@emmypec said: Back then, I just can’t say it but my children won’t experience 0.5% of what I experienced! God bless Every struggling Individual out there.

@237johnscott2 said: One thing I have always said Nigerians are the best of all humans in Africa no matter the hate the whole world has for them. Much love from Cameroon.

@ay_komo stated: I have trekked like this in school. God bless you sir. If they need foster parent kindly let me know. Also opportunity 4 dem to study in Canada. pls.


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