Gibson Kibet, a student from the Mt Elgon area in Bungoma County, was applauded by the community for posting good results. He scored 411 marks in KCPE. The young man emerged as the second-best student living with a disability in Bungoma.
Speaking to KTN news, his mother could not contain her tears of joy as she explained struggles to raise her son's school fees. The mother narrated how she would walk over 100 kilometers to Nailondo CBM primary school to trade vegetables for school fees. The parent had been allowed by the learning institution to provide cabbages and sukuma wiki as school fees.
Gibson Kibet congratulated his teachers for instilling him with knowledge. He pointed out that his dream is to become a teacher. He said in Kiswahili that his parent had pulled strings for his fees and he was devoted to making her proud. The youthful man was happy that he had received a scholarship to further his studies.
Students should always beat the odds to work bright on their studies.
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