Diana Nyokabi, a girl who scored 402 marks in her KCPE was facing academic uncertainty after her parents were unable to pay her school fees, she now has a reason to smile after Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha paid her whole year school fees.
Her fortunes changed hours after the media highlighted her plight and now she can not be put off her dreams after Lamu Governor paid her fee on Thursday.
On Wednesday, her family she had to repeat class eight after she was knocked out of county scholarship programme, which was her parents only hope.
Nyokabi expressed her concerns to join her dream secondary school when she was selected for Bungoma county scholarship programme, just to find out later she was ejected from the list.
Nyokabi had appealed to any well wisher to help her join Form one in secondary school and continue her studies and few hours later, Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha paid her fees.
Bungoma D.E.B primary school head teacher, Tobias Khisa was in a shock to receive the pupil back to school worrying her situation could demoralize other pupils but would have admitted her to repeat standard eight.
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