Ngina Lele Success Story at RCT Rehabilitation Centre
Being a drug user is a human challenge in that it is not easy for one to walk out, but it becomes more challenging when it is a woman who is indulged in the addiction.
However, 34-year-old Ngina Lele, though she was once hopeless and thought she would die in the menace. She took a bold step and she was registered for methadone treatment.
Ngina who could not conceive is now a mother and her son is actually in grade eight, awaiting to sit for his KCPE examinations. She is stable she makes her own progressive decision and she works as a receptionist at the Anti-Drug Organisation, Reachout Centre Trust.
She is happy that for the last two years, she has not tasted drugs and she is striving towards advising her peers in the community about the effects of drugs and how to deter the menace.
“A productive person in the community she is, Ngina is a reflection of the tough life drug users go through but when you flip her life, you will as well find the positive impact Reachout Centre trust has attained in battling the drug menace among the Coastal communities.”