The daughter to the former kakamega senator Bony Khalwale graduated in the university of Nairobi 2ith a bachelor if science in Actuarial science. This brought alot if jubilation in that family if the former senator who took to the Social Media to congratulate his daughter for the great achievements. Kenyand took time to express their feelings upon the same.
However,the senator has recognized some of the calls by kenyans to gift his daughter a wheelbarrow upon graduation. Taking to his Facebook account, Khalwale has louded such calls saying that wheelbarrow is a working tool and the wish of the kenyans will be granted.
"Upon graduation yesterday my daughter is receiving congratulations from a growing number kenyans. Some are going ahead and advising that I immediately give her a wheelbarrow.i pray that their wish be granted! A wheelbarrow is a symbol of work and a dignity if labour." Dr Bony Khalwale posted in his Facebook account.
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