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Generous People Pay Four_Year Fees For a Boy Who Carried Cockerel to School For Fees

A Form One student reporting to Kangaru School in Embu County arrived at the school accompanied by her mother while carrying a cockerel as his means to pay secondary school fees.

Lawrence Murimi, 14, scored 313 marks in his KCPE examinations and said he was given the cockerel by his uncle after being initiated.

Speaking on Wednesday after trekking 5 kilometers to the school with his mother, Pauline Mukami, a teary Lawrence said they were sent back home to get the Ksh.48,000 required for school fees.

“I told my mother that since the cockerel that was given to me was the only thing that we can take to school after we tried knocking on all the doors seeking help but we couldn’t get any,” he narrated outside the school gate.

He added that the cockerel had been valued at a meager Ksh.1,000, a drop in the ocean of the school fees needed to get him admitted.

Ms. Mukami said after receiving the admission letter for his son, he started to traverse all offices to seek help but it was not forthcoming.

She said her son was forced to take with him to high school the old notebooks he was using in Class Eight.

The single mother who resides at Majengo Estate in Embu is now calling upon well wishers to come to the aid of her son.

A generous journalist has come to the aid of a needy Form One student who showed up in school with a live chicken to pay his school fees.

The boy arrived at Kangaru School in Embu county accompanied by her mother while carrying a cockerel as his means to pay KSh 48,000.

On Wednesday, May 18, journalist Muthee Kiengei learned about Murimi’s plight. He was moved by the boy’s determination and decided that he had to help the boy. “As we sleep, this has carried my heart, When he saw that his time is almost over to be in school he took a hen to school for him to be allowed to learn, the school refused and the mother broke down to tears…Let’s keep him in school,

Kiengei live media will pay for his whole year’s school fees…..Anybody with his information please inbox me and anyone willing to Join Rev Ben in this Noble course please send your support to him through,” he added.

Moments later people flowed in and the four year fees was cleared;

He wrote,

Case Closed FOUR YEARS Cleared,mwaka mzima imelipwa na SENATOR NJERU NDWIGA……
Right now the Head Teacher Mr Koech and the staffs of KANGARU HIGH are in Murimi’s Homestead to pick him to school….
Semeni Baraka za Mungu Baba ni za Ajabu…..Murimi will be in school for Four Good years without any School fees questions….

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