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Two Bright Sisters Fail To Join Form One, Sought To Sell Charcoals To Raise School Fees

From ones from various parts of the country trooped to their respective secondary schools. Minister for education Prof George Magoha yesterday called parents to take their children to school and no school should send children home for lack of school fees. However there are some who have not reported to school due to some reasons.

Today we have received a story of two sisters who are stranded at home. Rose Kadzo and Celestron Rehema from Kilifi County scored 349 and 334 marks respectively in 2021 KCPE. The two sisters have not joined form one due to lack of school fees.

However, the two sisters' dreams of a better life and further education have been dashed despite their impressive performances.

According to the source, the two girls who were to join the St. Thomas Girls in Kilifi County have sought to burning of Charcoals in a nearby forest inorder to raise school fees.

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The girl's parents do Manuel jobs inorder to raise money to meet daily needs.

They are now uncertain about how their future will unfold as they are unlikely to attend secondary school as their parents cannot afford the fees.

They are now appealing to the well-wishers to help offset the fee balance so that they can join Form One and make their dreams come true.

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