There is always a say that goes,'Education is the key to success'.Indeed education is key for one to be successful in life.It is also a life-long process that doesn't end.It only ends when one opts to terminate it.
A 45-years old man from Elgeyo-Marakwet county has decided to embrace the above say 26 years after sitting for his KCSE examinations.Mr.Martin Kimosop who sat for his KCSE at St.Daniel Kaptabu Secondary School in West Pokot has enrolled back to school.
Martin Kimosop (centre) with his Geography teacher and other students in class.
Mr.Kimosop who scored C- in his 1995 KCSE examinations has enrolled in form two at St Francis Kimuron Secondary School in Keiyo North, Elgeyo-Marakwet county.
Citing lack of school fees as the only undoing for him to further his studies,Mr.Kimosop opined that he eventually worked as untrained teacher at primary school level before venturing into farming.He said he has been making ends meet through farming until this latest decision.
He said he got married in the year 2000 and they have been blessed with three children who have eventually done their KCSE examinations.He added that with his investments in farming and support from his wife,he his optimistic that he would accomplish his dream with his mean target in 2023 KCSE examinations being B+.
Kimosop cited ridicule from his peers as the only challenge in this new quest of his.However,he remains committal that he would soldier on to realise his long dream of success in education and life despite all odds and hurdles on his way.
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