- William Kabogo agrees to aid Anthony Omondi Wambua, the KCSE A- Nakuru star who is currently working as mechanic.
- Anthony cannot afford University education fee and turned to work as a mechanic to raise his fee and money for family upkeep.
- The mother Pauline Wambui is a casual laborer and is heavily challenged to feed the family.
William Kabogo has come to the rescue of Nakuru County KCSE star Anthony Omondi Wambui who scored an A- and is now working as a mechanic.
“Let us help this good person. He might just help the entire society in future. Call for my support” Kabogo reacted to MajiMaji’s social media appeal.
“Tusaidie huyu mgwana, huenda akabeba Jamii mzima. Call for my support”Hon. William Kabogo
Kabogo to the rescue.
Former Kiambu Governor Honorable William Kabogo surprised the Ghetto Radio breakfast team by responding to their appeal to aid Anthony.
The breakfast show #Brekko is hosted by Majimaji, King Kafu and Dj katta Monday to Friday from 6-10am.
Live on Ghetto Radio he promised to pay for his registration and 1st semester fee. This would kick start his journey to becoming an Aeronautical Engineer. In a similar situation in 2019, Kabogo has come to the aid of a girl.
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Education, Family and Mechanic work.
Anthony Omondi Wambui at 19 years turned to Juakali to work as a mechanic and save funds for his university education and to help his family.
Anthony scored a mean grade of A- of 75 points in the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams. He went to Langalanga Secondary high school becoming the second-best student in Nakuru County. His wish is to peruse Aeronautical Engineering course.
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He comes from a poor background raised by a single mum Pauline Wambui after his father passed on. They are four children in the family now of five.
“I’m widowed and Anthony has seen me struggle to put the food on the table,” said Wambui.
His mother was working as casual under the Kazi Mtaani government initiative that was halted with the exit of Uhuru Kenyatta as the president. She has since not found a stable income and is challenged with raising the family.
Omondi started working at the garage located in Nakuru on Kanu Street in January 2nd. He has been earning Shs. 500 per day, saves Shs.100 and gives the mum Shs. 400 to feed the family.