Man Discovers His Security Guard Scored Same WASSCE Grade As Him, Says He'll Help Him

Man Discovers His Security Guard Scored Same WASSCE Grade As Him, Says He'll Help Him

  • Bruno Musumba uncovered a remarkable connection with his security guard, Sammy Lepushirit
  • The revelation came to light during a conversation at their residential estate, where the two discovered that they had achieved the same WASSCE grade
  • This shared academic achievement has ignited a powerful commitment from Musumba to help Lepushirit overcome financial hurdles and pursue higher education.

Bruno Musumba, a Nairobi resident, has discovered that his security guard, Sammy Lepushirit, achieved the same WASSCE grade as him.

Bruno Musumba
Bruno Musumba was engaging with his estate security guard when he learned they both scored the same grade in KCSE. Photo: Bruno Musumba.
Source: UGC

What did Bruno learn about his security guard?

In an inspiring act of generosity, Musumba has pledged to help Lepushirit pursue his dreams of higher education despite facing financial challenges.

The extraordinary connection between Musumba and Lepushirit was unveiled during a conversation at the estate where Musumba resides.

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The two realized that not only did they share the same KCSE grade, but Lepushirit had also secured some A grades in certain subjects.

"We got talking and just realized he got the same WASSCE grade like i did !! And actually scored some A grades in some subject," wrote Bruno.

Despite finishing high school in 2022, Lepushirit expressed his despair about the financial constraints that hindered him from pursuing further education.

Security guard was orphaned

"He finished high school in 2022! He says because of his background and family financial position, university or college is just a mirage," he added.

Lepushirit, hailing from Samburu County, shared with Musumba the hardships he faced due to his orphaned status.

He emphasized the pivotal role his aunt played in enabling him to complete high school by covering his school fees.

However, due to his family's financial limitations, university or college remained a distant dream for Lepushirit.

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To uplift Lepushirit and support his aspirations, Musumba has taken to social media, specifically on his Facebook page, to share the story and seek assistance.

During an exclusive interview, Lepushirit shared the challenges he faced before becoming a security guard three months ago.

Having hustled in Samburu, Lepushirit expressed his deep desire to pursue a Bachelor of Arts Education at the university level.

I was envelope in a culture rich with samburu norms. My family and I have never seen my mother am sorry to say this but it had happened she died when I was too young and my father being a night runner but he's still alive," he said.
"My aunty was the one who has been a pillar of support and learning she instilled in me values such as hardwork,being patient,honest etc," added the security guard.

According to him, his aunt paid for all his schooling, but unfortunately, while he was doing his final exam, she was also starting her retirement.

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Musumba, moved by Lepushirit's story, has called on the public to offer guidance and support on how best to assist Lepushirit in achieving his dreams.

Ghanaian influencer sponsors needy BECE girls

Earlier, reported about the brilliant young girl who got lucky after an encounter with Ghanaian influencer Nana Tea.

The influencer offered to sponsor the young girl's WASSCE education at the St Roses Senior High School after discovering her BECE grades and potential.


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