A needy student from Kimilili in Bungoma County has written an emotional letter to Trans Nzoia Governor George Natembeya asking him to facilitate her admission to join Form one at St. Brigid’s Girls High School.
The student, Natasha Muladi, noted that it was always her dream and desire to join St. Brigid’s Girls High School, despite missing a chance.
According to Muladi, she scored 383 marks in last year’s KCPE exams and emerged as the top student at Kanduyi D-E.B. Primary school.
Here’s her letter to Governor George Natembeya;
“My name is Natasha Muladi, a pupil aged thirteen years Kimilili Sub-County. I sat for KCPE exams in 2013 at Kanduyi D-E.B. Primary school in Bungoma and scored 383 marks (as per the attached result (slip) and emerged as the top girl.
I am kindly requesting you to seek for me a vacancy at St. Brigid’s Girls High School in your County.
The school has always been my dream school and it was my fast you Consider choice but unfortunately it did not land a chance!
It is my humble request that my plea and I promise to be an Obedient and hard-working student to maintain the school’s ever Sterling Performance.
In case of any feedback, you may reach me through my mother’s phone numbers: 0716192603 or 0781633181.
Looking forward To your positive response. Yours Faithfully, Natasha Muyladi.”
Anyone who may wish to help Natasha Muladi should contact her mother’s phone numbers: 0716192603 or 0781633181.