Bungoma Businessman To Educate A Medical Engineering Student At Technical University Of Mombasa
Education is the key equalizer in life and make one sit and dine with Kings.
This is what Bungoma businessman understands very well and has embarked in providing financial aid to less fortunate in the society to help them pursue different courses in different Universities.
Polycap Wandabusi a resident of West Nalondo ward who runs runs businesses in Bungoma and Nairobi has been on the forefront offering bursaries to them.
On Wednesday he settled first year fee for Kevin Wanjala who is joining Maseno University to pursue a bachelor in Education and ICT.
Wanjala scored B- of 59 points at Teremi High School in the same constituency in last year's Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
On Thursday, Wandabusi continued with his philanthropic nature after rescuing another student at Chemwa village.
Peter Simiyu Wanjala scored B+ also at Teremi High School.
He was supposed to join Technical University of Mombasa to pursue a bachelor in Medical Engineering course.
Wanjala almost lost an opportunity to join Technical University of Mombasa (TUM) but he has something to smile about after Wandabusi came to his aid by clearing his first year fees.
Wanjala was supposed to have reported at the University on September 13 but he was unable to travel to Mombasa considering that he had only managed to pay Ksh 3000 for tuition fees.
"After I received this message while at the funeral in Kabuchai I promised to clear his school fees by today morning and I have fulfilled my pledge," he said.
Wandabusi added "I Will continue supporting those in need because I believe that a hand that gives is the same hand that receives," he said.
Wandabusi stated that he supports education and would always stand with those unprivileged students who need financial aid.
"Am privileged and will always stand with my people in any way possible, the little God has provided me with,I will use it to support others," he said.
On his part, Wanjala lauded Wandabusi for supporting his education and he surprise them with the seriousness he will undertake while pursuing the course.
"I promise to deliver, i am also requesting more financial help to help me carry on with my studies without interference," he said.
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