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Kenyatta University

In other forums, Simona had a chance to meet with students from secondary schools and colleges around Nyahururu and also visited two universities. In Kenyatta University in Nairobi, Simona met students of the Department of Music and Dance, Fine Arts and later during the day addressed a public lecture for the university fraternity. She had a chance to see the Kenyan art and exchanged ideas on what dancing entails in this part of the globe. The university also appreciated the visit of Simona for her presence challenged them to be considerate and inclusive of people with disabilities. The vice chancellor of the university noted that the university has the highest number of students with disabilities. She noted that Simona's presence was of great impact to these students and those without disabilities in changing their attitude towards life. One of the students expressed what Simona's visit meant to her

'My encounter with simona touched me in a very profound way. As you get close to her, the little complains of life disappear. Though born without her forearms, she is very whole. She has accepted herself the way she is. She has never complained that she has no arms but has learnt to use what God gave her; i.e. her feet. She refers to them as her long arms which she sometimes uses to walk. Simona has taught me to accept myself the way I am.'

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