DJ Mo and Size 8 sponsor pupils who repeated Pre-Unit due to lack of fees
| Feb 7th 2020 | 2 min read
DJ Mo and gospel singer Size 8 came to the rescue of three needy students who had repeated Pre-Unit several times due to lack of school fees. Size 8 shared a video of the boy and two girls on social media, explaining how far the kids are supposed to be by now.
"We have been with these kids here from the time they were in baby class. They completed kindergarten and were supposed to go to class one, but their parents were not financially able to further their education. The boy and girl have repeated pre-unit for two years while the younger girl repeated once," the teacher explained.
Size 8 urged people not to give up, emphasizing that the kids did not think their predicament would change until the couple stepped in.
"These kids thought it's over; we will repeat pre-unit until Jesus comes back, but there is a way maker and miracle worker. Yesterday, through my husband and I, God did it. Wako shule class one as we speak. Never give up on God!" Size 8 said.
The boy and two girls, aged 12, 12 and 10 years respectively, have been enrolled in the same school. The teacher revealed that the younger girl was raised by her grandmother after the mother abandoned her. The girl has no recollection of how the mother looks like because she left when they were very young.
Size 8 praised God, saying that sometimes we may think we've reached the end of the road, but God works in mysterious ways.
"My beautifier, my living God! Sometimes you may think it's over the road is blocked, (there's) no way out and people write you off. Remember, there is a God who makes a way where there seems to be no way bringing help your way from people you don't even know of!" she said.
In the video, the children are seen departing from the kindergarten wearing their new school uniforms and carrying brand new a4 books as the younger kids wave goodbye.
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Waaaa sometimes you may think its over the road is blocked no way out and people write you off. But remember there is a God who makes a way where they seem to be no way bringing help your way from people you dont even know off!!! These kids thought its over we will repeat pre unit till Jesus comes back but there is a way maker miracle worker promise keeper light in the darkness!!! Yesterday thru my husband @djmokenya and i God did it wako shule class one as we speak. Never give up on God!! woi am in awe of Gods goodness his loving kindness is beyond words!!! @godsgiftfreedaycare
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