Kawira Mwangaza’s step-daughter begs for 150K to clear university fees balance

Riziki Murega, a university student and the step-daughter of Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza, has asked Kenyans to assist her in paying her school tuition balance of Ksh150,000 so that she can sit for her final year examinations.

According to reports by on Sunday, the young girl expressed concern about her predicament, pleading with well-wishers to assist her in completing her degree in education at Murang’a University.

During the conversation, the young lady mentioned that she has had multiple arguments with her dad Murega Baichu and does not have the best relationship with him.

“My efforts to reach him (Murega) have been futile. Every time I have tried to contact him in the past, I received negative responses. I have not spoken to him in over eight years,” she remarked.

According to the student, her mother is unable to pay for her fees as the little she gets is reserved for basic needs such as feeding the family and priority needs like paying fees for her younger siblings who are in high school.

To that end, Riziki asked Kenyans to help her clear her fees before the start of end-of-year exams.

“Throughout my academic journey, I have been supported by well-wishers and I will always be grateful. I am once more appealing to you as my people to help me raise fees, accommodation, and meal money until I finish in May 2024,” she pleaded.

Reportedly despite being a government-sponsored student, the fee has accumulated for at least three semesters.

The 22-year-old is the firstborn in a family of three and has been raised by the mother since the separation between her mother and Baichu who married embattled Meru governor Kawira Mwangaza.

Riziki complained that her financial situation has been aggravated by the rising cost of education in the country.

Despite pleas from parents, the government has proposed increasing school fees in government institutions.

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