Kuto’s Dejected Life
Kuto was born in a small village in Seychelles. He was the youngest of four siblings. His father died when he was just a baby, leaving his mother to raise him and his three older brothers on her own. Kuto’s childhood was filled with poverty and hardship. When he was old enough, he began working odd jobs to help support his family. Despite all the difficulties, Kuto managed to get through school and even managed to graduate from college with a degree in business administration.
However, Kuto’s life took a turn for the worse after graduation. He struggled to find work and ended up taking odd jobs just to make ends meet. He eventually became homeless and started living on the streets. Life became a daily struggle for survival. Kuto did whatever it took to get by, including begging for money and food.”I feel like I’m stuck in this never-ending cycle of poverty and despair,” said Kuto one day.”I can’t seem to catch a break no matter what I do.”