The now famous Consolata School kid had released yet another ratchet video a day after two others went viral online.
This time in a company of his cousin the 11-years-old kid says he is going it for fame.
Watch the video below,
Afuckingain! 💀 pic.twitter.com/NkH2rn36ij
— Buzzinga! 💛🍁 (@Bossy_Diana) September 17, 2019
Hours after the first video went viral, Nairobi governor Mike Sonko on Monday gave his two cents over the issue calling for counselling for the pupil.
“This boy needs a lot of help. He’s struggling. More than meets the eyes. Young man your apology is accepted next time when apologizing don’t use the word,” he said.
“Fellow Kenyans let’s say No to cyberbullying this kid needs Love, guidance and counselling psychology.”
Activist Boniface Mwangi was of the opinion that the boy needed to be sent to an approved school to be disciplined.
“At the age of 11 years, l was sent to Approved School. I had run away from home and l was convicted of ‘vagrancy.’ At 14 years, I was expelled from an approved school. The Consolata Boy belongs in approved, he will find teachers and boys who can teach him lessons on how to behave,” he stated.
The pupil in question pulled down the controversial videos on Sunday, September 15, from his social media and put up an apology video.