Hon Sabina Wanjiru Chege, who is the current women representative for Murang'a County, and also a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta received a lot of praises from Kenyans after doing this to the needy student at Mbiri ward in Kiharu Constituency. (Courtesy photo)
According to her recent post, she said the story of Yvonne Mugure from Gikandu Mbiri ward in Kiharu Constituency is very touching.
Perhaps, she stated that Yvonne Mugure was a student at Maragi secondary school but dropped out due to financial constraint as well as her home background which is challenging.(Courtesy photo)
She further elaborated that some well wishers notified and they reached out to her for assistance. She added that last day, she dispatched a team from her office to go and get the details of Yvonne and her family. She revealed that they are in the journey of making Yvonne to smile again in the name of God.Her post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them praised her for the good work she is doing in her County. She further urged her to continue with the same spirit since her political future is so luminous.
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