It is a U-turn for a young man who has been staying in the village with no hopes of joining campus despite performing well in KCSE.
Sammy shared the touching story of Mosati Brian Areri, who hails from Chieni 2 Village, Boroko sublocation, Bomariba West location, Igonga division in Kisii County.
Brian was born by Lilian Kwamboka who later on left her in care of his grandmother. This is about ten years ago. His grandmother has tried her best to ensure Brian is at school and gets the little they can afford.
Brian performed well in KCSE and he managed to get a B-. He received a calling letter from Meru university. However, his family could not afford to get the Ksh 28,600 required for admission. He is now in the village doing manual jobs for villagers.
It is now a U-turn for Brian as Sammy mobilized well-wishers who have contributed cash for his admission at the Meru university.
Wishing Brian all the best. Great thanks to Sammy and other Well-wishers Serving our community. May God bless you abundantly.
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