Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko's first born son Gift Osinya just finished his high school education.
His adoptive mother Primrose Mbuvi sung Gift's praises.
Primrose took to her Instagram account and congratulated her adopted son for having completed his Form 4 studies at Lenana School.
"Done with highschool. Pongezi My Son."
She also disclosed that Gift with other family members that had gone to pick him from school, decided to donate all his books, beddings, uniforms and also his box to a needy form 3 student at Lenana School
His already proud dad in a post titled, 'TIME HAS RUN SO FAST. CELEBRATING GOD'S MIRACLE YET AGAIN' highlighted how Gift and Satrine Osinya came to he part of his family.
"When terrorists struck at the Joy Jesus Repentance Church in Likoni, Mombasa County on the ill-fated Sunday of 23rd March, 2014 taking away the life of Mama Veronica Atieno and leaving a bullet lodged in the skull of her 18-month old son, life seemed hopeless for the two little boys she left behind.
The heartbreaking picture of Gift Osinya carrying his injured younger brother, Baby Satrine Osinya, went viral, and I was deeply touched by the plight of the two little boys who had lost their mother in the most cruel way, as many Kenyans were.
Alongside mobilising resources to facilitate the treatment of Baby Satrine, I offered to adopt the two young boys, and since then, I have witnessed God's miracles unfold right before my eyes.
"Gift and Satrine have been an immense blessing to me and my family ever since, and it's been with great joy that we have watched the two grow into fine, young men with a promising future ahead of them.
So, today was again a moment of great joy and a big milestone for us as a family when Master Gift Osinya completed his KCSE at the Lenana School.
My son Gift, I am so proud of you, and truly grateful to God for the blessing you have been in our lives.
I pray that the God of Daniel, Meshack and Abednego who saved your life, and that of your younger brother Satrine, will forever walk before you and with you at all times as you enter the next phase of your life as a young adult.
For all those who have been standing with us in prayer and words of encouragement, may the God of Jabez continue expanding your territories."