14 year old girl, Faith Kawee Mumo's dream of becoming a neurosurgeon remains a mystery iafter her parents expressed fear that she may fail to join Form One on August 2 for lack of school fees. Her parents said they cannot afford fees for Kenya High School after their daughter topped in the country, getting 433 marks out of possible 500 marks at Kari Mwailu primary school in Makuen. The parents said that they depended on the promises earlier made to them by cooperates and individuals when the results were Released.
Paul Mumo, the girl's father said that only Margaret Wanjiru of Jesus is Alive Ministries honoured her promise by sending Sh26,000 cheque as part of her school fees as cooperate organizations, private organizations and leaders who promised to stand with them have gone all silent.
The girl who scored 433 marks in KCPE
The father of four said he lost his accounting job when Covid –19 struck and his wife is a tailor within the local market. Mumo said that he is burdened up and cannot raise shs. 120, 000 needed for form one entry as they have a child in form two, one going to class eight and the last born set of join grade four next month.
Mumo in wife's tailoring shop.
He said the other children were in Form Two, one going to Std 8 while another yet to join Grade Four next month.
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