Two needy pupils who were among top scorers in Mwingi subcounty in last year’s KCPE exam have called for help from well-wishers, saying they lack fees to join form one in national schools.
Susan Muraya and Evelyn Oketch are still at home, even as their friends have joined secondary schools.
The two sat their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exam at Kasina Primary School in Mwingi Central constituency.
Muraya, an orphan, scored 368 marks and was selected to State House Girls while Oketch with 332 was to join Kisumu Girls’ High School.
Muraya’s mother Jane Mwikali said her father Ayub Kaguma was an employee of the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute, but he died five years ago.
Oketch’s parents are alive, but her father is mentally challenged.