High School Student Shares Pocket Money To Feed Kids At Children's Home

High School Student Shares Pocket Money To Feed Kids At Children's Home

  • Remmy Kigen, a Paul Boit High School student, won the hearts of social media users with his touching story
  • The high school student visited a children's home and surprised the kids with snacks he bought with his pocket money
  • Netizens headed to the comment section to praise the young man accompanied by his friends for the kind-hearted gesture

A young boy has become an online sensation for his admirable gesture.

High school student Remmy Kigen serving juice and snacks to children's home kids.
Paul Boit High School student Remmy Kigen shares snacks with children's home kids. Photo: Lemiso Media House.
Source: UGC

Facebook user Lemiso Media House shared heartwarming pictures of the trending Paul Boit High School student.

Paul Boit High School student earns praise

Remmy Kigen expressed love to children's home kids as he visited them with a lovely surprise, putting a smile on their faces.

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"Heart of gold from a young leader. Defining Easter; Remmy Kigen, a Paul Boit High School student, did it again," part of the caption read.

According to Lemiso, young Kigen used his pocket money to buy snacks for the children at the children's home and feed them.

He did not shy away from identifying himself as a student as he donned his high school uniform while visiting.

Uasin Gishu student accompanied by friends

He also showed his humble side as he served the kids with what he got them, including pouring some juice.

"This time round, friends and classmates accompanied him.
In a small way, we can shake the world. Those are the words Remmy keeps on saying," he added.

Social media reactions

The post went viral, and social media users flocked to the comment section to congratulate the young man.

Florah Munai:

"God bless you to the international level, Remmy. You've shown humanity's nature in you."

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Robert Otieno:

"Good job from a young man who understands humility and sharing is caring."

Corne Kimitei:

"May Remmy and his friends never lack anything in this world so that they can continue with the excellent work of reaching out to people in need and the vulnerable. Be blessed, young men; God will open doors for them."

Princess Wayne:

"Blessed is the hand that gives than the one that receives. At a young age, your compassion and humanitarian nature are seen in you. You will prosper to nations with blessings, Remmy."

Otumfuo's son pays school fees for university students

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Ashanti royal Nana Opoku Ware had demonstrated remarkable generosity by clearing the school fees of 27 students at KNUST.

The royal, a level 400 law student in KNUST, selflessly used his own resources to finance the education of the needy learners.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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