I was sent to India to study but drรกnk all my fees. Never stepped in class for 4 years || David Ogot



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  1. CONTACT MY GUEST – David Ogot
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    Email: goinghomedotcom@yahoo.com
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    David Ogot has had to overcome great obstacles in his journey to sobriety. David started drรฌnkรฌng at the รกge of 13. This took a toll on him to a point he could not even complete his university studies in India. Four four years he was in India, he never stepped in a classroom. After 27 years of self destruction, David finally found help and has never looked back. He's now keen on using his story to change lives of those struggling with drรบgs. Here's his story on @Shared Moments with Justus

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  2. I am crying ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ and I don't know why. Maybe it is his mourning of Caleb. Maybe it his narration of being useless and sucking people dry, that if you didn't exist, people will breath. Maybe it is the challenge, the fight to avoid THAT FIRST DRINK. I am floored. The trailor analogy. My goodness. God bless this man and all that is within him. He is making a difference. I salute you and thank you DAVID OGOT๐Ÿ™

  3. I am so glad to have come across this video. I am glad that you are okay. I first watched your story while in Secondary school between 2001 and 2004, when we were being taught about drugs. And I have always wondered how you are. I just want you to know that what you are doing is not in vain. You don't know who's watching and who you're helping, just know you might save a life. Wishing you the best in your endeavor.

  4. Hi. this has realy got me and hit me hard..and its the final turning point ..i had started well and relapsed and i feel its never too late to make that big step kindly help me reach david

  5. If we can have a lot of David Ogot's, this world will be a better place. I don't know you personally since in South Africa and you're in Kenya, but your story deserves the world's attention. Salute great man.

  6. Amen brother David, greeting from Zambia, your story cross beyond kenya, we thank God he delivered you, today addictions are many some are drug addict's while others its internet and other adult website content, this is how the devil has destroyed this expensive machine God created I hope u will never step into beer again.

  7. Great. Very inspirational. I have known Dave since 1977. I used to drink with him downtown in the 90s. I am seven (seven) years clean…totally off alcohol since 17th September 2014.It's always a great struggle. Keep up…

  8. Even though this story is so powerful and sad the narrator, who I have not heard of before, has an amazing sense of humour which makes the story more impactful. I have learned so much. Looking forward to seeing more of his work.

  9. Thank you very much for such an inspiring story of your life. I donโ€™t know how I stumbled upon this video but I have a brother who has been struggling with alcoholism for over 20 years now. I was actually making enquires about rehabs in Harare when I came across this video. I also hope that my brotherโ€™s journey will end on a positive note like yours. Thank you for sharing.

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