Kitui Mother of 7 To Joins JKUAT for a degree Course, Courtesy of Dr Irene Kasalu

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Kitui manager Ben Kilonzo and Lydiah Kavete a NGAAF coordinator Handing over a cheque on behalf of Kitui women representative Dr Irene Kasalu to madam Muia in Kitui county office on Wednesday afternoon.

Madam Florence Muia, the mother of seven who scored a good grades after going back to secondary school – after dropping from Class eight, Will finally be joining Jomo kenyatta University of agriculture and technology (Jkuat) for a degree course, Courtesy of Kitui women Representative Dr Irene Kasalu.

Despite staying home for 16 years and giving birth to six children, she joined form one at Nzeluni secondary school, Mwingi west constituency in 2016 and finally sat her KCSE exams year 2019.

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Kitui women Representative Dr.Irene kasalu sponsored Madam Frolence Muia back to secondary school, it was a dubble blessing after she revealed that she has given Madam Muia a full sponsorship to the university for 4 years.

Speaking to the COUNTY DIARY, Ben Kilonzo the County manager in the office women rep, said ” Madam Muia is among 200 needy students across the county who have been Full sponsored by Dr Irene Kasalu.

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“This was a bright and needy woman who only dropped out of school due to lack of fees but was determined to fulfill her dreams” I will Sponsor her to fulfil her dream, Hon kasalu said.

Ben spoke when he handed over a cheque of 30k on behalf of County Mp to madam Muia who is expected to report to the school, kilonzo appealed to the parents to take care of the children especially during this corona pandemic times to avoid early pregnancy.

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A thirty six year old mother of six who dropped out of school in 1998 due to lack of fees scored a C+ 52 points in this year’s KSCE examinations.
Ben kilonzo and Lydiah Kavete a NGAAF coordinator issuing cheque to madam muia
Madam Muai, A thirty six year old mother of six who dropped out of school in 1998 due to lack of fees scored a C+ 52 points in this year’s KSCE examinations ( photo file)
Madam Muia handed over a cheque of 30 thousand Kenya shilling to prepare to join Jomo kenyatta university of agriculture and Technology (Jkuat ) for a degree course.
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