Laikah Sishi is one of those kids who are proof that dedication really does pay off. Despite the pandemic that got in the way of normal schooling she made it.
One of the top achievers in the Ugu district can’t go to university because she doesn’t have an ID book. Laikah Sishi from Buhlebethu High School said she will be looking for a job while her family tries to sort out her issues of getting an ID.
Parents should prioritize their children's important documentation, from the birth of their children it should be a must to get all necessary documents before the kids start creche or school.
I don't know how Laikah wrote her final exams without an ID, but I'm pretty sure there's a good reason behind this matter.As much as we don't wanna admit to the sad truth but sometimes parents are the reason why some kids get delayed on some opportunities.
Parents fail to prioritize things that will help children to get access to things that will open doors for them. Sometimes it could be for selfish reasons but in this case we not sure what happened.
We hope Laikah's problem will be solved soon so she can continue with her studies.
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