Today a heartbreaking story of a sharp student who excelled in her KCPE examinations have been trending in different social media platforms as people reacting in different ways about the story.
Going by the reports shared about the same it was indicated that girl was forced to repeat class eight despite scoring 401 marks before becouse she was knocked out of scholarship program she had been included in before and that her parents were not able to provide the school fees.Diana Nyaboke was among the top KCPE performers at the Bugoma D.E.B Primary School in last year examinations.
But now Diana and her parents now have been relieved by far after one of the top politicians took to announce to be ready to take her to school.
This is none other than Senator Millicent Omanga who have officially announced through her social media pages that she is looking for someone that will be able to link her with girl.
As she seems to be ready to offer all the requirements for the girl to join High school and continue with her education.
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