The boy lives in a subdivision of the AGRICE shelter in the village of Gabo. This is where his home, friends and family are. His own parents have abandoned him.
The child was given to the shelter with broken and deformed limbs. The relatives who brought him said, "he was born like that - with broken bones." But a doctor from Holland, who later examined the boy, said this was not true. His legs and arms were broken on purpose. It's not possible to fall like that by accident.
Nkonda has muscle weakness. When he picks something up, he often drops it and can't hold it. He needs to train his muscles. In addition to the fact that the bones in both legs and one arm are severely deformed, they are also more fragile. Because of this, he is forbidden to run. Every four to six months, the boy has severe swelling in his joints. It is possible to alleviate his condition.
Nkonda is a very kind and caring boy. He always helps other children.