KCSE candidate Nyaga Alistair Murimi has landed a new job three days after Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu released the 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) results on Friday, January 20.
Despite coming from a poor background, Murimi overcame the odds of poverty to record a stellar performance in the national examinations.
Murimi scored a mean score of A- and was offered a job by the Kenya Airlift Programme. This initiative helps brilliant Kenyan students achieve their dream of studying in the US regardless of their financial background.
He got an A- in Agriculture, B+ (English), A- (Kiswahili), A (Mathematics), A- (Biology), A – (Physics), A- (Chemistry), and B in CRE and Business Studies.
Tech entrepreneur Bob Mwiti who sponsored Murimi under the Kenyan Airlift program, was overjoyed as he broke the news online.
“About four years ago, I made a decision to fully sponsor a very needy kid from Mbeere, Embu county who had been admitted to Nkubu High School. The boy has done it. Nyaga Alistair Murimi index: 15319101339. Mean grade A- AGP 75,” part of his caption read.
The consultant revealed that he had promised Nyaga university education that was catered for till the Master’s level.
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“I have also decided to give him a job to work for the Kenya Airlift Program as he studies his undergraduate in Kenya, after which we will support his Master’s in the USA,” he added.
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