This was after a chopper landed in the school compound, and to the shock of eyewitnesses, a student don in full school uniform walked out of the chopper confidently.
The video of the incredible incident has been trending for the better part of the morning as the netizens get puzzled by the choice of his extraordinary mode of transport.
Well, records have been set straight as it emerged that the said student was one of the beneficiaries of the foundation set up by former prime minister Raila Odinga to educate the bright needy students.
Raila Odinga was among the occupants in the chopper and was spotted moments later interacting with the students and teachers after successfully admitting the said unidentified student.
This comes barely a day after, photos of Kapsabet boys high school in Nandi county set the internet ablaze, as the several numbers of luxurious cars parked in the school compound, believed to have been owned by the parents of the form one students.
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