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About

Daniel is a very determined boy. While in primary school Daniel did not have a reading lamp. He had to utilize much of his daytime by forgoing break and recess time to catch up on his studies. He was able to overcome and emerge the best in the class. Daniel believes that education is the only key to his success. He is the first-born child in a family of three. His father is a wood carver whose small earnings have been depleted by hospital bills of ailing members of his extended family.

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Total $500
  • Tuition
    $100
  • Boarding
    $208
  • Uniform
    $80
  • Books And Supplies
    $100
  • Other
    $12

Daniel's Funding history

Year Grade Receipt Status
2018 Form 2
2017 Form 1

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Greetings ,
Am very happy to share with that we have come for our December holy day .Thanks be to God who Has helped and guided us all through the year .Again we will be having re-election of the presidential seat which has brought about a lot of suspensions in between citizens .My aim for this holy day is to help my parents in house chores .Have a nice time .
Greetings,
I am happy to inform you that our August holiday has come to an end. More so am thankful to Almighty God for we had our peaceful general elections where we were electing ;President , Governor, Senator, Women Representative and member of county assembly. Even though there was some chaos of that the winning party that is the Jubilee had not won the presidential seat , the opposition party has gone to the court for appeal but the final judgement as not been reached at and we hope all will be well and we go back to our smooth running of our country. Have a nice time.
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