Latest Health and Life News - Afagoals

“MOWGLI” Zanziman Eli” appears in Rwanda. He spends most of his time in the woods fleeing bullying.

1 248

The story of the appearance of the forest boy Zanziman Eli in Africa from the Republic of Rwanda in the East African continent caused the amazement and sympathy of the world after reading his details on social media platforms, global news channels and websites until he was called MOWGLI.

Zanziman Eli

British newspaper “The Sun,” reported that “MOWGLI,” Zanziman Eli “lives in the African jungle and travels 20 miles a day to escape the cruel villagers who harass him for being,” different “.

Zanziman Eli
Zanziman Eli

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

But Zanziman Elle‘s mother considered him a “miracle” after she lost her first five children.

In a touching video clip, the mother described how she and her husband were very upset about the death of their children, wishing they would have a child who would survive. Nine months later, “Zanzi” was born, who was suffering from a rare disease that caused a small size of his head.

Zanziman
Zanziman

 

 

 

 

 

 

Which made him call him “MOWGLI” after the famous movie hero who produced earlier and achieved brilliant success for the forest man who lives among its animals, but the story of this young man is completely different.

The mother described her son’s life as the tragedy that she lives daily because her son, despite his lack of understanding of things to a small degree, however, responds to her and understands her greatly, as he listens to her words and carries out her affairs, but the state of bullying that he suffers in Rwanda is what causes a state of sadness, whether for him or for his mother.

Zanziman
Zanziman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The mother showed that his exposure to bullying prompted him to run quickly and climb trees to escape the expressions of criticism that he hears constantly.

Incredibly, Zanzi – who has never been to school – spends his days hiking through the woods for hours on end.

Zanziman
Zanziman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

His mother said he sometimes covers up to 230 kilometers (143 miles) a week and eats grass while in the woods.

Source: Albawaba

1 Comment
  1. […] Zanziman Ellie, a 21-year-old boy who lived in the forest and ate grass, now owns a house. It is thanks to the humanitarian foundation Afrimax who has visited him, as well as his mother. […]

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: