It was joy for one Margaret Koki today after her cries for sponsorship of her Highschool education finally caught the ears of politician cum philanthropist Mike Mbuvi Sonko.
Koki made pleas to the former Nairobi Governor to offer her support to join form one in State House Girls since her mother, who is a single mother, was not able to pay for her school fees plus the school shopping.
In addition to being a single mother, Koki's mother, Nthenya, is jobless and was also nursing her ailing mother (Koki's grandmother.
Sonko quickly responded to the pleas of the the innocent girl, contacted her and did for her enough shopping for school and also promised to fully pay for her fees.
Following the kind gesture from the flamboyant politician, visibly overexcited Koki's mother, Nthenya, thanked Sonko confessing that she had not expected such level of generosity.
“This is a miracle to me because I had given up on her joining State House Girls. She has promised to work hard in school and she’s aiming to be a pilot after her studies,” said Nthenya.
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