Eldoret: Mama Fua Elated As Son She Struggled To Raise Graduates During KDF Pass Out

Eldoret: Mama Fua Elated As Son She Struggled To Raise Graduates During KDF Pass Out

  • A mama fua was overwhelmed with emotion as she watched her son, Erodi, graduate from military training school
  • The hardworking mother attended the KDF pass-out parade to witness with pride as the son she struggled to raise marched out
  • Her journey, marked by countless years of toil, had given her something to pacify her heart

Years of hard work and sacrifice for an Eldoret mother culminated in a moment of elation as her son graduated during the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) pass-out parade.

Francis Erodi
Eldoret: Mama Fua Elated as Son She Struggled to Raise Graduates During KDF Pass Out
Source: UGC

The mother, who made a living by washing peoples' clothes, watched with pride as her son Francis Erodi joined the military ranks.

Her journey, marked by struggle and countless days of toil, had brought forth a story with a happy ending.

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Alfred Koech, who shared the photos, congratulated Mama Erodi for showcasing remarkable strength and determination by offering him an opportunity to succeed.

"Her unwavering commitment to your future is truly admirable. It is wonderful to see that you have risen to the challenge and made her proud," he wrote.

As her son stood tall in his military regalia, the mother’s face beamed with joy, erasing all the painful memories she endured.

Erodi's story of resilience

Speaking to TUKO.co.ke, Erodi's best friend and neighbour Kelvine Lagat, waxed lyrical about the young soldier.

Lagat indicated that the young soldier came from a family of seven siblings and was a renowned sportsman at Mogonga Secondary School in Kisii.

"He deserves that job. His talent allowed him to complete high school without paying school fees, so his mother supported him in terms of transport back to school," he stated.

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Lagat disclosed that Erodi joined the Kenya Army Volleyball team after high school and was declared the Champion of the 2019 national ball games in Kisumu.

Through his work ethic, he was assigned to military school, which culminated in his recent graduation as a full soldier.

The story highlights the countless unsung heroes who, like Erodi's mother, toil in the background to nurture the nation’s defenders.

Proud Ghanaian dad displays at son's graduation

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian father had gone viral after he carried his son on his back during his graduation ceremony in a display of pride for his achievement.

His gesture left many who were present at the scene in awe.

Some beamed with smiles, while others cheered both father and son on.

Source: TUKO.co.ke

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