Felix Odiwuor alias Jalang’o has come to the aid of a form one boy who arrived at Kanga high school in Migori County with only two bars of soap in a metal box.
The radio presenter and comedian, through his instagram account promised to fully sponsor Levi Otieno’s secondary school education.
“Through @trippygotours we will do a complete form 1 shopping and pay his school fees from Form 1 to Form 4. If anyone has the Principal Number to please share in the DM,” he posted on instagram
Jalas added that it is possible to pay the 53 thousand shillings per year schools fees for the boy with the support of fans and well-wishers.
He promised to visit the school personally and ensure the contributions are channelled properly to cater for the boy’s school fees and urged everyone who is willing to come out and support Otieno’s secondary education.
“Last Night I spoke to the Principal and also got the chance to speak with the boy Levi Otieno Rabah! So the work begins today! School fees is around 53k per year we want to pay for the four years,” he wrote.
He further posted the school pay bill number through which well-wishers can channel their contribution.
“If there is anyone willing to pay and contribute anything just send directly to the school pay bill which PAYBILL NO 522123 ACC NO 57871K Then indicate his name LEVIS OTIENO RABAH,” he said.
The story of Levi Otieno has touched the hearts of many Kenyans after the picture of him and his mum with an empty box went viral on social media.
Jalango also promised to help Otieno’s mum, saying that the mum doesn’t seem okay and could be having challenges at home.
“On my side today I will be calling my friends and companies I have a good working relationship with and we will do more than the school fees. Looking at the mum things don’t seem okay back at home we will go beyond the school fees. Keep it here for all the update!! God above everything,” the comedian posted
Levis Otieno scored 390 marks in KCPE and got a chance at Kanga high school in Kisumu county.
His family could neither afford to pay his school fees nor shop for him and they showed up for admission with only a metal box and two bars of soap.