Rabuor Primary School’s top student unable to join secondary school due to lack of funds


Adrian Momanyi, who is 14 years old and studied at Rabuor Primary School in Kenya, did very well on his KCPE exam with 369 marks, making him one of the top pupils.

Unfortunately, he has been unable to join Form 1 because his family cannot afford it due to financial problems.

Adrian’s mother, Violet Afande, runs a chips business, but she cannot make enough money to pay for his secondary education.

Despite trying to get bursaries, Afande has not been successful.

Recently, Adrian went back to his old school wearing his old uniform and crying because he could not afford to attend secondary school.

The head teacher of Rabuor Primary School, Dick Awuonda, has asked the public to help Adrian because he is one of the best students.

Adrian is hopeful that someone will hear his story and help him continue his education.

If you want to help, you can contact the journalist at 0719830892.

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