Bungoma County Governor has alleged why Dinah Nyaboke's missed to secure the scholarship she had applied in order to help her in her Secondary Education. Dinah Nyaboke went viral yesterday after her story was aired online by Citizen TV station.
Dinah Nyaboke scored 401 Marks but due to lack of fees and missing the scholarship, she decided to repeat class 8 in Bungoma County as her parents look for fees.
Wangamati said that Dinah's names was present in the list of students who applied for the scholarship, but was struck and removed after of her mother was suspected to be a landlady. Wangamati said after the verification of her mother not being a landlady, her name will now be among the beneficiaries.
Former nominated Senator Millicent Omanga had decided to support and pay her Secondary Education fees.
Kenyans online elicited angry reactions saying this is a big shame because they had to wait for the story to go viral so as to act.
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