A 14-Year-Old learner who was staring at the prospect of missing out on Form One admission over lack of school fees is breathing a sigh of relief after a well-wisher came to his aid.
Mbiti Jushua Muusya who was a few days ago featured by the Al Shifaa Media Group drew the attention of several well-wishers including the Managing Director of his former primary school, Greenview Academy, who worked around the clock to provide him with full sponsorship.
Muusya scored 371 marks in last year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations emerging fourth at Greenview Junior School in Likoni.
Greenview Junior School is a Kenyan Private educational institute in Likoni, Mombasa. The school offers the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE), which is controlled by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) with Its Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC’s School Centre Code number 03108141 under the Ministry of Education.
The little-known school owned by Madam Susan Muthoni which has always upset giant schools was established in 2006 and has since posted a record performance for years.
This year the school maintained a surprisingly excellent performance in the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education with a mean score of 327.50. The last student scored 257 marks.
Muusya who aspires to be a doctor had been admitted at Nyangwa Boys’ in Embu will now join Gathathi-ini Boys’ Secondary School, a county Public Secondary School, located in Tetu near Nyeri Town, Tetu Constituency in Nyeri County, Kenya.
Gathathi-ini Boys’ is popularly known for its excellent academic performance and its focus on developing, supporting and nurturing talents and life skills amongst students in order to explore and excel in their areas of interest.
Other sponsors who had shown interest in supporting the student include Mombasa businessman, Mombasa Cement, Likoni Member of Parliament, and Hon. Mishi Mboko among others.
Written By: Peter Maseke.