The incumbent Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika has now asked Kenyans to help her trace the top KCPE girl, to sponsor her Secondary school education.
Kihika, who is eying the Nakuru gubernatorial seat, was moved by a viral photo of brilliant Christine Wambui Irungu, who was admitted to Alliance Girls after her exemplary performance in the 2021 KCPE examinations.
After scoring 403 marks, the 14-year-old Christine has allegedly been doing menial work to help her raise fees, among other overhead costs for admission to the most-sought-after girl's school.
Her worries, however, are well-high to end if Kenyans can help trace the family of this little girl.
Kihika has now come to the aid of Christine, sending an appeal to Kenyans to help her trace the needy family. She has vowed to help Christine join the school she has been admitted to, at a time when her parents have lost hope and opting for a local school instead.
According to Nation, Christine would like to pursue studies in business management at university and her parents' decision might shatter her dreams.
Since social media is instrumental in the digital sphere in disseminating of such vital matters, sharing of this article to friends will play a key role in Christine's life.
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