A Senior Police Officer from Kisii has impressed many after extending his hearts of kindness to a girl whose photo went viral after she was pictured reading while hearding cattle. The Kisii Police Commander identified as Francis Kooli was touched by the girls thirst for education and decided to follow and get to know more about the girl.
The girl identified as Janet Memusi is a grade 5 pupil at Ololchani Primary School in Trans-Mara West Constituency. Francis went to their home and later to the school where Janet studies only to be told that she was a very bright and a handworking girl. He promised to support her academic journey as he paid for her school fees and did some shopping for her.
This has come just days after another school child from Mombasa was pictured doing homework on a street light. On following up the boy who was identified as Salim Khamisi, his mother had no money to pay for electricity tokens and as a result, he sought another means to ensure the school homework is done. Many well wishers came into aid and they donated solar panels, paid for his school fees, bought for the boy new uniforms etc.
This shows how Kenyan's are too compassionate whenever they see their fellow suffering. Also, this reminds our leader's to look on the ways on how they can help their residents i.e like giving and increasing bursaries to school children, looking on how electricity cost can be reduced etc.
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