,On Wednesday a girl from Bungoma surprised many kenyans by her decision to go back to class eight although having attained good marks to join a national school.
Diana who attained 402 marks in her kcpe having a dream of joining one of the prestige school missed her chance after being unable to raise school fees.
The girl from Bungoma county raised many questions among netizens with many castigating Bungoma county government saying it was supposed to cater for a fees.
Lamu county governor has been the first politician to speak about the matter pledging to sponsor Nyokabi's secondary education. Via nation falim Twaha explained that it is bad for such a dream to be scattered whereas she can learn
Different kenyans have thanked the Governor for his mercy asking other leaders to embrace the act for all the needy children who require fees. Kenyans have continued to plead with the government for minimizing school fees saying during this pandemic times it hard to pay the first term fees citing lack of jobs and money.
County government have been asked to help in sponsorship programmes so as to help all students get back to school for the first term.
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