Margaret Kenyatta was born on 8th April 1964 with a German lady named Magdalene and her father is Njuguna Gakuo, the former Director of the Kenya Railways Corporation. Therefore, Margaret was not born in a poor family rather a relatively rich one. Thus, in her education, she attended an high end international school named St. Andrews Turi in Molo. The school is highly respected in the country as it offers one of the best curriculum in Kenya. It offers British curriculum and is considered one of the leading schools in East Africa.
Moreover, St Andrew is known to offer best facilities to learners with best food menu. In fact in this school, learners eat 5 star hotel meals as seen below.
Being a high end school, school fees is also higher, and learners pay upto millions of shillings per term depending on grade level. This is a clear sign that Margaret Kenyatta enjoyed best education. After her secondary education, She joined Kenyatta University where she received Bachelor's of Education. Having said that, check out below, the pictures of St Andrew Turi School.
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