This week parents have been busy preparing their kids to report back to school for the term since schools calendar was altered by coronavirus pandemic.
It's also the term which children who had done their KCPE would report to the secondary school they were called upon to attend.
Celebrities haven't been left behind in making sure their children get the best when it comes to education and have been flaunting their children in school uniform ready to resume.
One of the most notable is kenyan police officer and mugithi artist Samuel Muchoki Popularly known as Samidoh.Some hours ago, the kaeritu kega Hitmaker took to his Instagram account to flaunt his all grown up daughter ready for prestigious school to 'eat' books.
In the photo father and daughter stood with their hands crossed while seemingly having a heart to heart talk and he Captioned, " The most sacred and prestigious gift to your children is mentorship, encouraging them in every milestone. Masomo ni muhimu mwanangu.."
The young girl wore a grey skirt, white shirt, red tie and blue sweater as she stared at her father. In the caption, Samidoh opined that the best thing a parent could offer their children is mentorship.According to fans who couldn't hide their excitement the daughter will be attending prestigious school in Kitengela knowns as Lakewood Emerald school which is a storey built day and boarding institution.
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