Students in boarding schools always feel nice to be visited by parents, guardians, relatives and friends.
This is the time to catch up with what is happening out of school fences and gates manned by mean looking security guys, whose mission is to prevent anyone from going in or out without following laid down rules and regulations.
For 15 girls at the Kenya High School in Nairobi, they will live to remember the afternoon of Thursday, September 02, 2021. They were not visited by their parents, guardians, relatives or friends, but Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wafula Wangamati (WWW).
The girls are part of students under the Governor’s scholarship fund, studying in various parts of the Country.
During the surprise visit, he met the 15 students and had time to address them. The first term Bungoma Governor told them that there’s no challenge too big for them to overcome, only if they remain focused on their education.
He promised to continue being their father, challenging them to work hard in a bid to rewrite stories of their own lives.
The governor was received at the school by Principal Flora Mulatya.
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