A Form One student reporting to Kangaru School in Embu County arrived at the school accompanied by her mother while carrying a cockerel as his means to pay secondary school fees.Lawrence Murimi, 14, scored 313 marks in his KCPE examinations and said he was given the cockerel by his uncle after being initiated.
Talking on Wednesday subsequent to climbing five kilometers to the personnel together alongside his mother, Pauline Mukami, a sorrowful Lawrence expressed they have been despatched lower back homegrown to get the Ksh.48,000 expected at staff costs.
"I trained my mother that in light of the fact that the cockerel that transformed into given to me transformed into the easiest part that we can take to secondary school when we endeavored thumping on every one of the entryways looking for help anyway we were unable to get any," he described out of entryways the workforce door.
He presented that the cockerel have been worth a small Ksh.1,000, a drop withinside the expanse of the staff costs needed to get him conceded.
Ms. Mukami expressed subsequent to getting the confirmation letter for his child, he started to cross all work environments to are searching for help anyway it transformed into now done impending.
She expressed her child transformed into constrained to take with him to highschool the antique journals he transformed into the utilization of in Class Eight.
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