The young boy with the cockrel that he wanted to negotiate as fees. Several schools are still admiting the last lost of form one students before learning the new syllabus officially begins. Some students have been unable to get admitted due to lack of school fees as well as basic admissions requirements.
Reports of a Kikuyu radio presented Muthee Kiengei Wa Watoria coming to the rescue of a form one student from Embu after reporting to school with a cock. According to reports, Lawrence Murimi a young boy had scored 313 marks in KCPE and he was called to join Kangaru high school in Embu.
Pastor Ready to Help The Boy Who Was Denied Form One Admission At Kangaru School Due to Lack of Fees
[Photo|Courtesy] A student wishing to join Form One at Kangaru School has got the attention of Kenyans after he reported to the school with a cock that he hoped would cater for his school fees. The student identified as Lawrence Murimi manged to get 313 marks in the 2021 KCPE examinations and he was selected to join Kangaru School in Meru.
A class eight graduate by the name Lawrence murimi who sat for his KCPE examination in 2021 and scored 331 marks is determined to further his studies but the financial crisis is hitting him harder thus hampering him to continue with secondary education The young man is however determined to be successful in his education since he is doing all he can to ensure that the light does not go off despite of the poor social status he is undergoing.
Photo courtesy Many students reported to form one across the country in different schools. Some students have not reported to school due to lack of money. Photo courtesy Today in a post by embu newspaper, there was a post which has left many talking. According to the post,a certain student reported to school with cock at kangaru school in order to negotiate school fees.
Kameme FM comedian Muthee Kiengei (Guka Wa Nairobi) has promised to sponsor the education of a bright but needy Embu boy who reported to form one with a cockerel as school fees at Kangaru School. Lawrence Murimi, 14, got 313 marks in his KCPE examinations and told the press that he was gifted the cockerel by his uncle after being initiated.
With the current economy,ever since Corona Virus attacked us,majority of the Kenyan citizens were left trying to survive on every way possible. Some lost their jobs and their sources of income. Being a new academic term for the high schools and secondary school,Most of the students had already began the term and learning is already going on.
Form one student turns up with cock at Kangaru School to negotiate school fees. A student from Embu county has made history after entering Kangaru Boys high school carrying only a cock he had been given after circumsition by his Uncle for admission. The student Lawrence Murimi 15 was admitted at Kangaru school after scoring 313 marks in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and he was to report on 4th, but due to lack of School fees he did not report to school 14 days later.
An Embu boy from Majengo estate has left teachers at the Kangaru Boys high school surprised after appearing in the school with only a cocktail cater for his fees. Lawrence Murimi, the student, did his Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) this year and scored 313 marks.
A student called Lawrence Murimi at Kangaru School in Embu county has shocked many people after arriving at school with a cockerel to pay his school fee which is Ksh. 48,000 according to school administration. The student who scored 313 marks in KCPE was accompanied by his mother with cockerel that he said he was gifted with by his uncle after being initiated previously.
Senator Njeru Ndwiga offers to pay school fees for a boy who reported for admission with a cockerel.
[photo: courtesy] After yesterday's leak of a boy who reported to school for admission with a cockerel, senator Njeru Ndwiga of Embu county has offered to pay the entire school fees until the boy clears his secondary school education. This matter was brought to light by comedian and media personality Muthee Kiengei.