Tangatanga MP Helps Raise 3 Million to a Needy Student
By King'wa | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 4 views
William Ruto ally Aden Duale together with businessmen and other local leaders today attended a fund drive to help Mohamed Ahmed Abdille,a fourth year student pursuing Bachelor of a Medicine and surgery in one of the local universities.Ahmed is the son of the late chief of Dujis location,Marhum Ahmed Abdille.
"Graced a fund drive for an educational scholarship of Mohamed Ahmed Abdille, who is a fourth-year student pursuing a course in medicine (Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery) in one of the local university's. We raised Ksh. 3,050,000.He is the son of the late Chief of Dujis location, Marhum Ahmed Abdille. We thank all the leaders, businessmen and professionals who contributed to the success of the Harambee."
Aden Duale is the former majority leader in the national assembly.He was axed by president Uhuru kenyatta since he is a close ally of the deputy president.He is serving his 3rd term as Garissa town mp after he was elected in 2017 on a Jubilee ticket beating Farah Maalim who was running on a wiper ticket.
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