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Mike Sonko Promises To Educate Woman To Become A Doctor, 14 Years After Leaving High School

It is now a relief to one Kenyan woman by the name Milly Nafula, after Mike Sonko Promised to educate her through university, to become a doctor, a career she has been desiring to do. Milly dreams of becoming a doctor were shattered fourteen years ago, after she failed to receive her admission letter to the university. Nafula had done her KSCE and had managed to score an A- of 71 points.She however explained to Citizen TV that she never got her admission letter, and was unable to join university. The hardworking woman then resorted to doing menial jobs to cater for her two siblings after her mother and her elder sister passed away in a span of one year. Nafula further revealed that life has not been easy, as she is currently a single mother of two working at a poshomill, which is barely enough to sustain her kids and also support her siblings. Milly's story is expected to change to better after former Nairobi governor Mike Sonko Promised to support her through university, to fulfill her dreams. We wish her all the best.

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