A man by the name Richard Njenga and sitting for Kenya certificate of primary education examination which kicked off today on Monday, 28th, 2022. According to reports Richard Njenga dropped from class seven but he decided to go back to school at the age of 40.
Richard Njenga is a family man and his son is currently in form four. His wife went up to form four but he had dropped from school at standard 7. However, Mr Njenga owns various businesses which enable him to provide for his family.
Richard Njenga was raised by a single mother, and being the first born he saw how his mother struggled to pay school fees for him and his other siblings. He opted to drop out of school to help his mother do noble job. He also became a tout when his mother died to provide for his family.
Mr Njenga hopes to join high school after doing his KCPE exam and later become a lawyer or a doctor. He also says that he has received a lot of negativity from his son who is form four but he is determined to follow his dreams.
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