A 33 years old man named Lloyd Abednego Mogoi popularly known as Gamaliel Isaac Mogoi, shocked everyone after quitting University for primary school. Mogoi started his academic journey in 2003 where he finished his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations and enrolled in Mutuini High School where he became one of the most popular students while in form three.
However, as time moved by, Mogoi's fame started dwindling thus transferred to Dr Ribeiro Parklands Boys High School where he did his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2008 and managed to score B plain of 65 points. He then declined admission to the Technical University of Kenya and went to sit back for KCSE and scored B+ thus secured a slot at Egerton University.
He was then admitted to Egerton University where he pursued Bachelor of Science in instrumentation and control engineering. In forth year, Mogoi left campus and disappeared never to be seen. Later Mogoi was traced at Gachororo primary school in Kiambu where he enrolled as a needy student who had been unable to pursue his education due to financial setbacks. Mogoi was enrolled in class 7 after changing his name and identity. What a shocking story!
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