Thursday, 5 April 2018


Youths should take the advantage they have

When you first meet him  at his place of work as a security personnel in one of the local schools in Korogocho you cant notice that the person serving you at the gate is a pupil.

Mr David Mwange aged 53 years and a father of four is a pupil in a Gumbaru school at PEFA church in Korogocho.

"Whe we started we use to meet at the Chief's camp before we were moved to PEFA Church next to St John Catholic Church."the jovial old man opened to us.

I decided to go back to school so that i can cope up with the latest trends in the world.

"With the main use of computers and phones in our daily activities education is the only tool that can help you operate them" said Mr Mwange.

My first born son completed form four last year,the second born son is in form three and the last two who happens to be twins are in class seven the same class am in.

"When I get home I enjoy talking English with my twins now that we are in the same class"narrated Mwange.

As first term is coming to an end have not attended school this term since our teacher has not been around.

"The team in charge of Gumbaru should look into this issue personally I have thirst for education.We are about ten in our class" said Mwange

I experience a lot of challenges now that I have to balance between work and studying.Don't forget the parental obligations too.

"I have plans to get to secondary and even join a tertiary institution to study Administration and Management.I want to be a chief" added Mwange.

Education is the key to success.

By Jack Fundi.

Mr David Mwange

  At his working station

Photos By Koch Finest

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