Millionaire South Sudanese young man pledges to support Kenyan Students
October 17th 2018 (Nyamilepedia) – South Sudanese young millionaire Lawrence Lual Malong Yor Jr said on Tuesday that he will support Kenyan University students by ‘investing’ dollars in them.
Lual announced the pledge at a press conference he conducted at the Serena Hotel in Nairobi where he is charged 2500 United States Dollars a night. He was flanked by dozens of Kenyan youths at the time of the conference.
In his remarks, Lual said he will support and invest many dollars for the Kenyan youths in his support for young people to takeover and change the country: something that sparked uproar on the social media.
“I will stand with KUSO,” he said using an acronym for Kenyan University Students organization.”And I will invest in KUSO,” he added.
Lual further said he will invest a lot of Dollars in the Kenyan student body saying he will support the youth in order to work to change Kenya and will make KUSO great.
“I have youths and I will support youth and I am looking forward to the youth to change this country (Kenya). The KUSO, we are going to make KUSO great,” he said.
Lual on Sunday in an interview with the Nairobi based television program Citizen TV’s one on one denied being son of Gen. Paul Malong Awan, the former SPLA Chief of Gen. Staff who has been mistaken by many as his step father.