In Summary

  • Mwangaza  scored 327 at Mukuru Community Centre Primary School in last year’s KCPE.
  • Josephine Nelima, Joys’s mother, appeals to well-wishers help her daughter join St Ann’s Girls secondary school

 

A needy and bright student in Mukuru Kwa Njenga slums is on the verge of missing out to form her one slot due to lack of school fees.

Wekesa Joy mwangaza, who scored 327 at Mukuru Community Centre Primary School in last year’s KCPE, now lives in fear that her dream of becoming a lawyer might not come true.

The fifteen year old girl narrates her  dream of becoming  an advocate and that it has been influenced by the legal adversities slum-dwellers experience and through education she will bridge the gap for poor slum dwellers in conflict with the law.

“Nilikuwa nataka kukuwa wakili ndio nisaidie watu juu uko tunadhulumiwa Sana lakini hatupati Aki”.she said .

Josephine Nelima, Joys’s mother, appeals to well-wishers help her daughter join St Ann’s Girls secondary school in Jogoo Road.

“Nilijuwa atapata Maki Mia Nne Saidi Na aende Alliance girl’s,lakini baadaya ya kuwachana Na Baba yake Maisha ilitupiga Na hata ndio imechangia Masomo yake.” She added

She says she separated Joy’s dad after the Mukuru demolition, and she now sells vegetables to pay her bills.

For any support, reach out to Josephine on 0769794157.

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