In one of the orphanages in Limuru Constituency, Kiambu county, a bright student who managed to bag 417 marks in KCPE is looking for help to raise high school fees. Mary Wanjiru lives in Alpha Joy Care Children's Home where she was brought by a good samaritan after her mother died.
According to reports by one of the stake holders at the orphanage, Wanjiru's family shunned her after the death of her mother. When she found herself at the children's home through the good samaritan, she worked effortlessly and managed to score shining grades.
As established by Standard Digital, Wanjiru is now pleading with willing sponsors who can take care of her school fees to enable her pursue her education. Reports from the orphanage stated that a good number of students are in boarding school. This posses a challenge in raising school fees and food for the children.
The management requested any kind of support from well wishers to assist the children. Some Kenyans of goodwill have been advising the management to reach out on KCB and Equity for help. Watch the video below and some comments from Kenyans.
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