The Lamu Governor Fahim Twaha has been praised by Bungoma residents after he took an initiative of paying school fees for a student who was not able to join form one. Diana Nyokabi a pupil from Bungoma D.E.B Primary had scored high marks and was supposed to join Moi Girls High School in Eldoret but her parents could not afford. They desperately wondered where their help could come from.
Other Kenyans from other counties have joined the Bungoma county residents in appreciating Governor Fahim Twaha in coming into Diana's rescue. However many have questioned the leadership of Bungoma County wondering of its priorities. They have wondered how a leader from Lamu could identify a need in a very far county and its agency and still address it immediately without the leaders within the county identifying it.
However, musician Akothee also identified her self with the need and offered support to Diana Nyokabi. This is a challenge to many politicians who are moving around doing politics when needy parents and students are struggling with school fees and other financial challenges.
Kenyans are now calling on their leaders not to forget their purpose in their leadership positions. They owe Kenyans good leadership of making sure that Kenyans issues are addressed in good time and appropriately, and not to get focused on their own intrests.
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