A final year student at Kisii university Nixon Koech from Kericho county,has written a moving letter to the deputy lresident William Samoei Ruto requesting for a financial support for the university school fees.
According to the letter,Nixon said that he has no one to clear his fees arreas of one hundred and thirty eight thousands and two hundred shillings which motivated him to write a letter to the deputy president.
He further said that he has missed three graduation ceremonies since he could not raise money to clear his school fees hindering his dream to become a teacher.
Deputy president William Ruto is yet to respond to the letter that is believed to have found it's way to his office.Hard economic conditions has forced several bright learners from poor families to miss out on fulfilling their dreams.
The government should look upon the needy students from poor families and help them with financial assistance in order to pursue their careers.
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