The thirst for knowledge and dream of advancing in Education career for a Kenyan man identified as Isaac who is aged 71 years has ignited alot of debate online. There is a saying that learning has no limits and therefore education should be mandatory to everyone for knowledge acquisition.
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According to a post shared on Tuko news, Isaac is actually the oldest man in his class and his classmates really likes calling him grandpa. He revealed that he could not access education when he was young because his family lived from hand to mouth and the cost of fee those days was expensive.
Since the introduction of free primary and secondary education in Kenya many children have been able to access quality education. This has reduced illiteracy level and enabled many people access quality living standards.
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Many Netizens to Isaac's story shared by Tuko with alot of mixed views. Here are some of their comments.
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