Students have been faced with different challenges especially during the corona pandemic. According to reports from Ebru TV, a 14-year old pupil who sat for his KCPE exams this year has been struggling with a condition that makes him unable to answer the call of nature. Despite the challenges that he has been facing, he has excelled in his exams by scoring 371 marks. This year's examinations have been remarkably good as the top Candidates have been identified to come from humble backgrounds and in public schools.
The boy has been battling with prolonged condition despite on medication as well as attending physiotherapy clinics. His condition did not improve and made him to accept the condition, facing alot of challenges. It is now the appeal to the public from his guardians to offer financial support to the boy so that his medical condition is attended to.
The boy has dreams of joining a better school and be a better person in future so that he supports his family.
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