After escaping from his new home at Gachie in Kiambu County over alleged mistreatment, former street boy Morris Mwenda has reportedly gone back.
Homeless of Nairobi which is the organisation that has been taking care of Morris, on Saturday confirmed that the teenager together with his friends had requested to be taken back.
The founder of the home in Gachie, Shamit Patel, stated that the young boys called the care giver putting across their request.
Morris had earlier been captured on camera claiming that the home mother was canning them mercilessly over small issues like a book. In the video, the lads had vowed not to return to their shelter.
However, Patel told the Standard that the reaction of the boys was normal, often experienced during rehabilitation.
“This is just a small misunderstanding, just like all families have with their children,” Patel remarked.
He further divulged that they were speaking with Morris and promised to release another video, in which the boy would explain what he meant in the previous clip.
The 15-year-old came into the spotlight in February, when a video of him articulately addressing the subject 'opportunity', went viral eliciting response from a number of well wishers.