Boy who scored 410 marks could miss admission to Kamusinga for lack of fees
A candidate who sat for Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam last year from a school in Uasin Gishu County may fail to join Form one due to lack of school fees.
Paul Junior sat for his KCSE exam at Zion Gates Academy and scored 410 marks received an admission letter to Friends School Kamusinga in Bungoma County.
Speaking to the Western Kenya Times, his single mother Beatrice Mwanje said her daily menial jobs cannot raise the school fees and cater for other basic necessities.
“I am a single mother and not able to take my son to secondary school. I urge anyone in the position to give any help,” she appealed.
Paul Junior has been on the scholarship program from Standard One to Eight courtesy of Zion Gates Academy director Mrs. Nancy Kuria.
The Academy director Mrs. Kuria appealed to the public and the government to chip in and help the bright boy join high school.
She described Paul Junior as a humble boy from a humble background.
Godfrey Wamalwa is a Bungoma-based journalist who enjoys writing Politics, Crime, Sports and Education.
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Happy that this young promising son, Paul Junior, joined Friends School Kamusinga on Monday as others did. Media and social reporting has its advocacy and philanthropic piece Sir! Thank you for doing your part!