Napoleon Hill once said, “There is one quality which one must possess to win, and that is definiteness of purpose, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning desire to possess it.”
There is no one more with that burning desire to see young boys succeed and materialize into respectable men in the society, than James Ouma. What started as a routine meeting of a group of 100 boys at the Nairobi Remand Prison, Industrial Area has turned into a charity that has continued to help families, reunite and find peace.
His is a story of bravery, heroism, compassion, responsibility, and most especially, an act of love. His foundation LifeSong Kenya is not just a call to action, it is also a prayer, a hope that everyone no matter how grave your mistakes have been in the past, deserves a second chance.
We talked to him, and this is what he had to say