Ashley, 13 scores 412 marks as mother sits for her KCSE

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Pauline Nabulovi with her 13 year old daughter who got 412 marks
Pauline Nabulovi with her 13 year old daughter who got 412 marks

A mother of 3 from Machakha village, Sitikho ward, Webuye West Constituency in Bungoma County is appealing for help to educate her 13 year old daughter who got 412 marks in the announced 2021 KCPE results to join her dream school.

Pauline Nabulovi who is currently sitting her KCSE exams at Milo Girls Secondary school and a mother to the girl got married immediately after she did her KCPE exams in 2007 and managed to score 368 marks.

She decided to get back to school 11 years later after she had given birth to three children (girls). Her husband, Evans Wanyama who was employed on board at Milo Boys High School as a Maths and Computer Studies teacher passed on in 2021 when Pauline (wife) was in form three.

Pauline Nabulovi with her daughter Ashley Selina who got 412 marks
Pauline Nabulovi with her daughter Ashley Selina who got 412 marks

She was left to take care of her children single handedly, a situation she explains was not easy but she adds that her family members, well wishers and relatives have been of help to make sure she continues with her education and that of her children.

She said that her daughter, Ashley Selinah Wafula who scored 412 marks in 2021 KCPE being the top pupil in Sitikho ward schools was schooling at Milo Central and she attributes this to her hard work, teacher’s and the school administration’s efforts.

“I would like to thank the teacher’s and Milo Central fraternity for the efforts they put in to ensure that my girl excels, Ashley is very obedient, a hard working girl who loves reading, this is all that has led her to get these exemplary results,” noted Nabulovi.

“We thank Almighty God who has seen us through and I believe He won’t forsake us,” she confidently said

Ashley, a first born in the family of three thanked her teachers and all well wishers who stood with her during her primary education as she appealed to the national government, county government and any well wisher to stand in the gap so that she joins her school of choice.

Ashley who scored 412 marks in 2021 KCPE
Ashley who scored 412 marks in 2021 KCPE

“I take this opportunity to thank our relatives, Milo Central administration under Director Ben Munyasi who gave me a chance to be in this school, I never lacked anything since the school Director was there for me, therefore am urging all people, the county government and national government to support me so that I join Starehe Girls’ Centre, since it is my school of choice,” appealed Ashley

The top girl in Sitikho ward said that she would like to join Egerton University after her secondary education and study Electrical Engineering.