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Shollei offers full scholarship to 3 street kids

Dominic Keino
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Hillary Kimurgor, Joseph Franklin and Abraham Simiyu who recently joined Wareng Secondary School on a full scholarship. [Source/ Gladys Boss Shollei]

Uasin Gishu Woman Representative Gladys Boss Shollei has sponsored the education of three boys who sat their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams last year.

In a post on her official Facebook page, Shollei noted that Hillary Kimurgor, Joseph Franklin and Abraham Simuyu will now pursue their secondary education at Wareng Secondary School.

She further revealed that the boys received full sponsorship through the street programme initiated by her office.

"Yesterday my office took 3 boys Hillary Kimurgor, Joseph Franklin and Abraham Simiyu from our street program to Wareng secondary school to join form one with a full sponsorship of their fees," read part of the post.

The county MP further lauded Zaritec Uniform and Hon Samora for providing uniforms to the students.

"We would like to thank Hon Samora and Mr Dan from Zaritec Uniform for providing them with school uniforms," she added.

Shollei pioneered the programme to rehabilitate street children in the county through the provision of food and scholarships to study in various secondary schools.

On January 16, 2019 Shollei announced that she had taken another street boy, Edwin to Tambach Boys High School.


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