A student who scored above 400 marks in the last year's KCPE national examinations has now announced that she want to sell one of her kidneys in order to get the necessary fees required for her studies.
According to Achieng', there are no other ways she can adopt to raise the required fees if not selling one of her kidneys.
“I have no other options on how to raise school fees. What is at my disposal right now is my kidney", Achieng' said.
“I’m not worried about the procedure of removing it. My interest is to see that I get my secondary education school fees,” she added.
Achieng’s mother however, said that she has been struggling trying to find ways of financing her daughter’s education but she has not succeeded yet.
“From the day I received my daughter’s impressive results, I have not known peace. I have been thinking of where to get my child’s school fees,” the mother said.
Please, let's have well wishers stepping in to help this young girl. Our politicians, where are you? Or we are waiting for election periods so that we can come back and ask for more votes. This is quite absurd.
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