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How Nyandarua orphan beat the odds to score A- in KCSE

posted Jan 3, 2017, 6:06 AM by Gordon Shulefiti   [ updated Jan 3, 2017, 6:08 AM ]

He missed school on many occasions to take care of his ailing mother, and eventually dropped out to fend for his five siblings after his stepfather abandoned them.

He was orphaned and the people he depended on — his grandparents and an aunt — also died, leaving him destitute, to fend for himself in the world.

Moses Mungai, 21, celebrates his KCSE results with friends and relatives at Gwa Kung’u, Ndaragwa, on Friday. He scored an A- /COURTESY

Despite all these setbacks Moses Mungai, 21, scored an A- of 79 points in the just-released KCSE exam results. Mungai, from Gwa Kung’u, Ndaragwa, and a former student of Nyandarua High School, Ol Kalou, has become the epitome...READ FULL ARTICLE
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