Hardworking Security Guard Gains Admission To University, Peeps Support Her With Funds

Hardworking Security Guard Gains Admission To University, Peeps Support Her With Funds

  • The story of Jumah Nabwile, a security guard from Bungoma, has captured the attention of many after a well-wisher stepped forward to cover her university fees
  • Despite facing numerous challenges, including balancing work and studies, Nabwile's determination to pursue higher education has paid off
  • Jumah Nabwile, a mother of one, has been working tirelessly as a security guard at the offices of the Bungoma Woman Representative

Jumah Nabwile, a dedicated security guard from Bungoma, has defied the odds by pursuing her dream of higher education despite facing financial constraints.

Jumah Nabwile
Jumah Nabwile's dream of becoming a teacher was fulfilled after Bungoma Woman Representative paid her school fees, Photo: Catherine Wambilianga.
Source: UGC

Who paid the security guard's fees?

With unwavering determination, Nabwile balanced her duties as a security guard with her studies at Kibabii University.

Her aspirations have been uplifted as a benevolent individual stepped forward to cover her university fees, marking a significant milestone in her educational journey.

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Bungoma Woman Representative shared her remarkable journey on Facebook, indicating she had paid Nabwile's fees so she could study without problems.

"The mother of one who despite all odds doubles up as a security lady at my offices, is pursuing bachelor of education at Kibabii University," wrote Wambilianga.

What is the security guard studying at the university?

Despite working long hours as a security guard at the offices of the Woman Representative, Nabwile remained steadfast in pursuing a bachelor's degree in education from Kibabii University.

Her dedication and resilience caught the attention of a generous well-wisher who graciously offered to clear her university fees.

The announcement made by the Bungoma Woman Representative on Facebook garnered widespread attention, with many applauding the initiative's impact in transforming lives within the community.

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In her post, the Woman Representative expressed her commitment to supporting education and empowering individuals like Nabwile to fulfil their aspirations.

Netizens congratulate woman rep

Deogracious Deo Daudi

"If you educate a woman you educate the whole world. Keep it up Mama County."

Hon Erastus Simiyu Mabonga

Great job mheshimiwa but extend the support and empowerment to other people not only those who are close,staff, friends and relatives to you. Other people need to feel your office too.

Kipruto Nick

Thanks mama. I appreciate your humility and cooperate social responsibility.

Godfrey Wakoli

Good gesture. How I wish this was a policy move rather than an act of philanthropy. Not everyone can be employed in your office for you to know their struggles.

Metrine Nekesa

Wow , that's awesome! keep up the amazing work. I just love the resilience in this lady."

Don't pay: Parents of kids under Free SHS warned against WASSCE registration fee

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YEN.com.gh reported that the Ghana Education Service cautioned parents of wards in public Senior High School students not to pay the WASSCE registration fee.

The Ghana Education Service stressed that the Free Senior High School policy covers this fee.

The Director-General of the service gave the caution at a press briefing in Accra on Wednesday, April 2, 2024.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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