- Dolla Kabarry and his wife Connie have had to buy a Toyota Landcruiser and Samsung phone for their daughter Sheryl who just completed primary school
- This was because the Luo singer was fulfilling a promise they made to the young girl if she scored over 400 marks in the recently-released KCPE exams
- Netizens have hailed the parents for keeping the promise, adding that it will motivate the youngster to be a top achiever going forward
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The bar for rewarding students who have performed well in the recently-released Kenya Certificate of Primary Exams (KCPE) has just been set at an all-time high.
This is after popular Luo artiste Dolla Kabarry and his wife Connie bought a Toyota Landcruiser for their daughter named Sheryl.
The elated mother revealed that they promised her the expensive items as a spur of the moment, but the girl did deliver.
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"Things we promise our kids thinking they won't deliver. It has come the time to deliver, stay tuned and wait for the gift, you deserve everything we promised you my sweet angel Sheryl," she wrote.
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In a video shared on Facebook by Connie, the youngster is seen popping out of the roof of an unregistered Landcruiser.
"Daddy, if I score 400 and above you'll buy me a big car and mom gets me a Samsung phone. Here we are baby, here we are," Connie captioned the video.
The move was hailed by social media users who reiterated that it will motivate the young girl to be a high achiever going forward.
Kawili Mike Snr Intellectual:
"Eish. That girl is very lucky to have such wonderful parents. God bless."
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'How I wish God would have given Manamba some more years to see these by herself and enjoy in pride.'
"I love the way ur motivating her. She will surely give you good results again and again. Congrats toto.
Mother Buys New Whip for Her Son’s 13th Birthday, Many Left Dumbfounded
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a mother Caro Matau left online users both elated and stunned after she shared that she had bought her son his first car on his 13th birthday.
She shared the news along with photos of her boy with his new ride on her social media recently.
It was about 2 years ago that I made a promise to my first child son. I promised him that when he turns 13 years old, I'll start teaching him how to drive a car. Today he turns 13 years old. I then realised that he can't learn by driving my big auto car and that he needed a manual car to learn.
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