Milly Nafula the student who missed to join University after she was left out by Kenya Universities and Colleges Placement Service has been awarded a scholarship. The student failed to secure a position in the university even after she scored a good grade in her final examinations. [Photo Courtesy]
Milly Nafula is one happy lady this morning as a prestigious University has finally heard her call and awarded her majorly for what she was wrongly denied a decade and a half ago. Picture courtesy. Milly Nafula. Nafula had scored a grade of A Minus in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Exams where she is said to have been called to Moi University to pursue Tourism and Travel Management.
Milly Nafula has a reason to smile after 15 years of wondering whether her dream of pursuing medicine and surgery would come true. This is after Mount Kenya University finally honoured their December last year promise to give her a full scholarship to pursue her dream course. In an event held on 25th February 2022 in Kitale, Transzoia county, MKU founder Prof Gicharu gave her a scholarship certificate, land and a title deed.
A day after Milly Nafula received a full scholarship to study at the Mount Kenya University, another sponsor has come forward claiming that he is willing to make sure that he educates her two children along with her siblings until they're done with school. Photo:Courtesy Nafula hit different media outlets after it emerged that she had failed to get a chance to join university 14 years ago despite the fact that she scored an A-.
Milly Nafula, a Grade A student who missed a university slot 14 years ago and resorted to working at a posho mill, has landed a life-changing opportunity. Nafula will finally pursue her dream of being a doctor after Mt Kenya University chairman, Prof Simon Gicharu, offered her a full scholarship to study at the institution.
The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) CEO, Agnes Wahome, has responded to the plight of Milly Nafula, a Grade A student who missed out on an opportunity to join the university 14 years after writing her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE).
A press release regarding the story of Milly Nafula has been released by KUCCPS. Milly Nafula According to the press release, KUCCPS received media reports about Milly Nafula on 7th December 2021. KUCCPS claims to have managed to trace the records of JAB and confirmed that Nafula was indeed admitted to Moi University in 2008 to pursue a Bachelor of Tourism Management course.
According to a report from Citizen TV kenya, Milly Nafula a 32 year old who performed well in her KCSE was reported to have lived a miserable life ever. It was reported that Milly scored a mean grade of A- in the year 2007. According to most of the reports from the social media platforms, it was noted that Milly believed that passing exams will give her a better future as compared to other successful students.
Kenyans are buzzing when a girl confessed that she has been working at a posho mill for years after failing to enroll in university to pursue her goal. Milly Nafula, 32, took her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2007 and graduated as one of the top girls with an A- grade (minus).
The Kenya universities placement business enterprise has stated that the now-defunct Joint Admissions Board (JAB) indeed located Milly Nafula under the regular program. Opposite to media reports that she changed into in no way selected. In a press declaration on Wednesday. The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) chief govt Agnes Wahome said the company turned into prepared to work with relevant stakeholders to assist Nafula to realize her professional aspirations.
A girl has left Kenyans talking after she revealed that she has been working in a posho mill for years now after she failed to join university to chase her dream. The 32 -year-old Milly Nafula sat her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2007 and emerged as one of the best girls by scoring an A- (minus)
Milly Nafula sat her KCSE in 2007 with the hope of becoming a doctor in the future but her dreams were crushed after she failed to join university back then. After Citizen TV aired Nafula’s story on Tuesday, December 7, Wahome issued a statement noting that the government entity would assist her in her pursuit to acquire university education.
The government of Kenya in the last two years had embarked on a program called 100% transition. This programe was supposed to ensure that all learners who sat for the KCPE, proceed to secondary school. This was to ensure that learners don't disappear or vanish to unknown places after sitting for the KCPE.
Milly Nafula, is a student who had missed a spot at the Kenyan Universities despite her scoring a straight A- . The young lady was working at a posho mill to earn a living and has finally received her full scholarship for her further studies from the Mount Kenya University.
Milly Nafula, a Grade A student who missed out on an opportunity to join the university 14 years after writing her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, has received a response from Agnes Wahome, the CEO of the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) (KCSE).
For 14 years now, Milly Nafula has held on to her dream of becoming a medical doctor. The 32-year old excelled in her 2007 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exam at Manor High School in Kitale with a mean grade of A of 71 points. At that point she believed that the future was bright and her hope was that she would soon be lifting her family out of poverty.
The story of Milly Nafula, a mother of two who scored an A- in 2008 KCSE but did not receive an admission letter from the Joint Admissions board to join any public university left many Kenyans heartbroken. Milly who now works in a poshomill said that after she failed to receive the letter, she approached her school principal who advised her to go to the DO's office.
Milly Nafula can now sigh with relief after former Nairobi Governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko emerged and promised to mobilize support for her to realize the fruition of her dream to become a doctor . "Nafula , you can count on my support your past should not determine your future .You're blessed and I can assure you.
A day after Mount Kenya University offered Milly Nafula a full scholarship to study medicine, another sponsor has offered to educate her two children and sibling. Nafula hit headlines after it emerged she did not join university 14 years after sitting her KCSE, scoring an A-. After her mother died in 2012, the 32-year-old started working in a posho mill to provide for and educate her siblings.
Milly Nafula Barasa, the A-student who had failed to join university for more than 14 years has at long last broken her silence after getting a life changing opportunity. Friday, December 10, was a historical day for the single parent of two who saw her dreams come true after Mt Kenya University offered her a full scholarship after being moved by her heartbreaking story.Speaking to a local media station on Saturday, December 11, at her home in Chepchoina town in Endebess constituency, the A-student accepted the offer to join the university.