Munanie, a former student of Kenya High School, hails from Ukambani and has received support from the CEO and founder of the Affecto Foundation, Ndungu Nyoro. She is a recipient of the Watoto Wasome Program run by the foundation and was praised by Nyoro for her outstanding performance in the KCSE exams.
Nyoro first met Munanie through her school principal and since then, has maintained a strong relationship with her and her family. He described her as a polite and quiet young lady who listens attentively and expresses herself in a convincing manner.
As a sign of appreciation, Munanie made a 200 km journey from Kitui County to Ndungu Nyoro’s office, bringing with her a sack of mangoes and two liters of honey. Nyoro praised her for her good behavior and performance and shared the news with the online community.
Munanie is one of the 173,345 students who have attained the minimum university entry grade and will be proceeding to university later in the year. The online community offered their congratulations and well wishes, with comments such as “Congratulations young girl” and “May God see her through”.
In conclusion, Munanie’s journey and gratitude towards her benefactor, Ndungu Nyoro, serves as an inspiration to others. Her hard work and dedication towards her education is truly commendable, and we wish her all the best in her future endeavors.