Caroline Wanjugu Mwangi,a top student in KCSE who scored an A- of 78 points was on the verge of losing her opportunity to join University of Nairobi to study law due to lack of fees,but she can now smile since well wishers have come to her rescue.
The 17-year-old figured out how to get confirmation in UoN School of Law in Parklands however her family couldn't raise the necessary charges.
Mwangi's mom connected with Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura and portrayed the family's predicament to the legislator.
As per the mother, she attempted to cater for Mwangi and her four senior kin and needed monetary support to guarantee that her lastborn proceeds with her schooling.
Contacted with their situation, Mwaura paid for the understudy's college expenses. The legislator likewise set aside effort to guarantee she was conceded at the college.
Mwaura added that the young lady's fantasy to turn into an adjudicator would before long be figured it out.
"The young lady's fantasy is to turn into an adjudicator in future, to control equity to the many individuals who are persecuted."
"We express gratitude toward God for this and we will keep on doing much more to assist more individuals with getting equivalent freedom as we satisfy the command that He has given us," Mwaura expressed.
Caroline's story mirrors Samuel Ouma from Kakamega County whose family battled to raise expenses to concentrate on schooling science in UoN. The understudy had turned to pulverizing stones and consuming charcoal to earn enough to pay the bills and help the family.
Their predicament grabbed the eye of a well-wisher who visited the family and swore to provide food for Ouma's first-year expenses.
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