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Mother selling acacia pods to raise fees for son to join university

 A young man may not join his university of choice due to lack of school fees. Joshua Savali Kithikii scored a mean grade of B- at Ngieni Day secondary school at Nuu ward, Mwingi East Sub County in Kitui County.

 Joshua Savali Kithikii and her mother Mary Kithikii display the Meru University calling letter which he cannot join due to inability to raise fees required. Photo/SHARPTIP NEWS

His mother, Mary Kithikii, is calling upon well-wishers to support him. Joshua has 15 days to raise the fees required to join Meru University of Science and Technology to study a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture.

The third born in a family of seven is the first one to reach a level of being called to an institution of higher learning.  He is also the first one to complete Form Four in his family.

To be admitted in Meru University on September 20, Joshua will be required to pay Sh25,300. The second semester will have less fees of Sh17,200.

To fundraise for Kithikii’s fees, the family has set up a Safaricom pay bill number 400200 to help them in that activity.

This story first appeared at Sharptip News.


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