First South Sudanese transgender Layla Kingston, formerly known as Mr Chan is advocating for girl child education in South Sudan. Out of heart he plans to build a school purposely for girls aged 7-25 years.
In the US, Layla has been working with a team of mixed LGBT individuals who have changed sexual preferences to fit in communities they felt little and now as a team they are planning something big for their respective countries.
His business partner, Anthony Dombolo of Congo is a renown reject who fled to USA after an arrest warrant was released by his village chief in 2005 for advocating for gay marriage.
Since then, he happily settled as a member of the LGBT community in the US and to his country-men’s surprise, he is taking home wealth and has erected a mini-hospital for infants in Kinshasa.
A first hand information based in Tucson USA forwarded us details about a meeting they held yesterday to better their countries. Anthony who was helped by Layla and friends to achieve something in his country is said to be the chair of the supposedly shenanigans.
The sole reason of the meeting is said to be girls’ school construction in Juba. Layla claimed to have secured the land somewhere around Konyokonyo and the squad is down to earth to get the process quick and easy as we are told they have accumulated enough funds for their set projects.
The source said, ”Layla and crew are determined to build the school within the next six months unlike the hospital in Congo which took them about a year”. The team started off their humanitarian course in Congo, now it is south Sudan and if things go according to plan, their next project will be in Nigeria.
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