KMTC is a college in kenya that is known by many to offer medical related courses. Students who after sitting for their KCSE examination and have not qualified for degree medical related courses, they opt for diploma and certificate in the same field at this college.
Since the covid-19 pandemic was declared in kenya, many livelihood were lost and this impacted negatively to many families. It took almost a whole year for school to resume back to learning institution.
Many students were not left behind by the effects caused by the pandemic, since many couldn't afford school fees to resume their studies. This left some dropping out of school while others sought help from well-wishers.
Today, a KMTC located in Murang'a, surprised many when students decided to come for the rescue of their own comrade who could not sit for her exams due to lack of school fee which she was required to settle before allowed to do her exams.
Report reaching the netizens, was that the students had an outstanding balance of kSh. 116,000. The comrades managed to raise a total amount of kSh. 70,000. With this amount, it's said that the school seeing this gesture from her fellow students, may allow her to do the exams since it's her final exam in the college.
Anytime students are seen in the streets, it's assumed that they are protesting against something but today in Murang'a town it's was a different story, which has left their fellow students grateful for the rest of her life.
Good work and gesture from these students, we applaud them.
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