Kenyans have felt sympathy for Steven Nepali, an orphan who walked about 14 kilometers to join Form One in Teremi Highschool in Bungoma County. His predicaments didn't end with such tracking, the young lad is helpless for raising his school fees together with essential upkeep.
Steven Nepali has pleaded with the school administration to allow him do some sweeping and other forms of cleaning in exchange for the school fees. According to Steven, he remained an orphan after his mother died in 2017 and then later his grandmother who was helping him to raise school fees died in June, 2021.
The boy's father became a lunatic in a confusing circumstances who was previously employed. Steve accounts for one day when his father attempted to drown him and his brother in River Nzoia. "I am willing to give my services to the school in the form of labor in exchange for tuition money. I can even clean the compound, the dining area, and even take care of the garden if they can only agree to admit me here."
The School's administration is now calling on well wishers and people of good will to support one of their student to focus on his academics and his dreams come true. The good hearted Kenya's DP can also chip in to save the young boy.
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