Simon Muthama scored four hundred and three marks in his kenya certificate ofprimary education exams. However his parents could not afford to take him to form one where he was to be admitted to progress with his secondary education.Form one addimision is one of the most hectic stage for any parent to his child. The Parent has to buy alot of stuff among them been the uniform for the school his or her child is to be admitted to. Parents also have to pay the school fees for their child and incase of a boarding school one has to give his or her child pocket money. According to recent reports, police from Machakos have done a noble thing by sponsoring Simom Muthama to enable him go to form one. According to recent reports, police in the Machakos police station raised two hundred thousand and will be sponsoring him in his high school education.We wish samuel all the best in his secondary education and alot of thanks to the Machakos police. Follow this account for more updates and share this unique article across all the different social media pages. Thanks and remember to keep safe, and may God bless you.
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