Mavoko: Needy girl appeals for Help to join Form One

Most students who sat for their KCPE in 2022 have joined Secondary Schools and are now in their second term. This however not the case for Faith Ndanu Kyalo a 14-year-old pupil who is yet to join Form One.

Faith who comes from Kasuitu Slum in Mavoko Subcounty schooled at Kasuitu Primary School from Class One to Class Eight Second term. She then got sponsorship and joined Bread of Life Academy in Kitengela where she sat for her KCPE exams and scored 322 marks.

The person who had sponsored her passed away thus making it hard for her to continue with her studies.

“I did my exam in November 2022. At first, I schooled at Kasuitu Primary and then got a sponsorship at Bread of Life Academy in Kitengela where I scored 322 marks in KCPE. The sponsor died after my KCPE and now I can’t join Form One because my mom is not able to take me to school,” Faith narrated.

“Anyone who can assist me go to school I would appreciate very much because my mother is not able. I want to go to secondary school so that when I finish my education I will be able to help others,” she added.

Mauvoo News spoke to Faith’s mother who narrated the ordeal that she is passing through after lacking fees for her daughter to join Form One.

Syombua Nzomo a 57-year-old squatter who lives at Kasuitu Slum is the mother of Faith. She said that after her daughter did her KCPE and got a calling letter to join Our Lady of Mercy Shauri Moyo, Nairobi she tried all she can but she has not managed to raise the fees.

Syombua who earns her living through selling plastics said that the money she gets cannot even sustain her family calling for well-wishers to come and help her daughter.

“I collect plastics to sell but even the money is not enough for us to put food on the table. My biggest problem is the lack of fees for my children. I have a Form 2 Student who is at home now because of lack of fees, Faith is here also and I have another one in Junior Secondary even the head teacher is lenient with us because he knows the situation we are in,” said Syombua.

“Life has frustrated me to an extent I feel like committing suicide because I can’t even feed my children. Am appealing to anyone who can assist me please do so that my children can go to school. I call for well-wishers please help me and my children,” she added.

Those willing to help Faith can reach Syombua Nzomo via her mobile phone number 0712594533.

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