Agony for Nakuru girl unable to raise fees for national school

Liza Neema Monyancha when she visited the Nakuru Nation bureau office to narrate her story. After initially failing to secure a place during the first selection, she eventually got an admission letter to Bahati Girls High School, a national school. The girl who scored 375 marks out of 500 says her parents are unable to raise the required fees for her to further her education. PHOTO/CHEBET CAROLINE.

What you need to know:

  • Liza Neema Monyancha scored 375 marks out of 500 with four As in the five subjects she took in her standard eight exams in 2013.
  • First, Liza was initially not selected to join any school and her father’s frantic efforts to find out what the problem was bore no fruit.
  • The young girl says her ambition of becoming a surgeon may just be a mirage as her parents are not able to raise her high school fees.

A girl’s dream of furthering her education is now being hampered by lack of fees to join a national school.

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