Success is one of the teams each person wants to achieve. However it comes at a cost. Teenagers and school going children are one group who are determined to produce the best results in school. It is always every students prayer to get a good grade and join a good university or secondary school.
However, things seem not to be smooth for everyone. A Time comes when a child or a student scores very good marks or grades but there is no hope for moving to the next level. This is caused by extreme poverty levels which to serve children they are inevitable.
Diana Nyokabi, a former student of Bungoma DEB is a victim. This youngster scored a total marks of 402 in the recently-released Kenya certificate of primary education (KCPE) results.However , despite the good month that and her a direct ticket to join a national school Moi Girls Eldoret, Diana had no hope or Joy.
This is because her mother was not able to pay her school fees. She had decided that the girl repeats class eight to give her enough time to find and accumulate money to take her to secondary school.
There is always hope for something better.
Luckily, there is some light at the end of the tunnel. Diana Nyokabi can finally smile and pursue her secondary education. This is after the Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha offered to pay full year school fees for the girl. The money has already been loaded on the school account and some of her needs already taken care of by the governor.
This has been received as good news by Diana and her family. The highway to her success seems to be clear. We wish her well in her studies.
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