A young man "who survived the Burundian genocide and 13-year civil war, came to India to pursue his studies and instead has had his life snuffed out."
My son will have "massive physical and neurological deficits for the rest of his life if he's lucky to wake up," writes Yannick's father.
on April 22, Yannick Nihangaza, 23, was walking to a party in Jalandhar. He was enrolled as a student of B.Sc. Computers, First Year, at the Lovely Professional University. For reasons not clear, he was attacked and stoned, severely beaten and left on the roadside. Nestor may end up with a vegetable life forever and never be able to fulfill his dreams for which he walked upto India and now will never be able to see Sun shining through his eyes.We pray for Nestor's recovery and offer a helping hand to this loving and patient family to bear the costs of treatment and take care of Nestor with dignity.