• Shadel's father does a menial jobs, and is unable to raise the money for fees and other requirements.
The family of Shadel Chebet has pleaded with well-wishers to help them facilitate his admission into Kaplong Girls Secondary School.
After scoring 384 marks in her K.C.P.E, Shadel who had a dream of joining Kenya high stares at missing an opportunity in Kaplong Girls.
In an admission letter seen by Mpasho, the school requires Ksh 53, 554 as school fees as she is set to report on August 2, 2021.
However, Shadel's father does a menial jobs, and is unable to raise the money for fees and other requirements.
"I work on someone's farm, i am paid Ksh, 3000 in a month. My wife has no job. I have 6 children, and 5 of them are in school now," her father Charles Koskei shared.
"My first born will be joining form 4 next week, he is in Tenwek Boys. I have people from my family and church who are helping with his school fees."
Speaking exclusively to Mpasho, Shadel's uncle Arap Siele said that their efforts to get help from leaders in the area has not been successful.
"Politicians in these area are just focused on politics. It is not easy to find them. We have reached out to our MCA, Women Rep, they don't answer the calls.
Many brokers are surrounding our MCA, so you cant reach him without going through them. His gate wont even be opened," Siele said.
The family lives in Keringet Ward in Kuresoi South Constituency, Nakuru county.