Third-best student in 2021 KCSE appeals for help to join university

Karwitha Clinton Mutwiri and his mother at Kenya Methodist University. Photo Courtesy.

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Karwitha Clinton Mutwiri, one of the best students nationally in 2021 KCSE, is appealing to well-wishers to help him join the university and advance his education.

Mutwiri, who was the third best student nationally from sub-county schools in 2021 KCSE, failed to join Kabarak University since he couldn’t raise the Ksh110, 000 semester fees required.

Determined to enroll her son for a degree in clinical medicine, his single mother Lucy Karwitha was forced to transfer him to a nearby, less expensive university.

Despite his good performance in KCSE, Mutwiri was rejected by six universities and luckily got an admission slot at Kenya Methodist University (KEMU).

However, as a result of missing out on university funding and lack of school fees, he had to wait at home for another year at home before enrolling at the institution.

Hoping that her son would get admitted at the university this year, Karwitha took his son to KEMU but since he couldn’t pay 40 percent of the university’s fee Ksh84, 500, Mutwiri couldn’t get admitted.

Karwitha is now calling upon President William Ruto to come to her son’s rescue and turn his dream into a reality

She earns a living from cleaning people’s clothes and uses her little earnings to pay for her firstborn son’s fees at the Karumo Technical Training Institute.

By Thuita Jaswant

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