Doctor Who Was Educated by Strangers Says She Wants to Return Favour, Educate a Village

Doctor Who Was Educated by Strangers Says She Wants to Return Favour, Educate a Village

  • Dr Bosire Wairimu shared she was educated by well-wishers and wanted to return the favour and help others get through school
  • According to the benevolent doctor, she got a scholarship to study medicine in the university and personally paid for her post-graduate because she could afford it
  • Her post prompted others to share how kind strangers helped them get an education, while others pledged to help the less fortunate get through school

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Kenyan doctor Bosire Wairimu has warmed the hearts of netizens after sharing her story on how she managed to get through school, courtesy of well-wishers.

Doctor Bosire Wairimu. Photo: @LasterBosire.
Dr Bosire Wairimu. Photo: @LasterBosire.
Source: UGC

Kenyan doctor's education history

The kindhearted doctor who has been in the frontline helping the less fortunate and championing their rights opened up about the people who helped her get through school.

This is what she shared on her Twitter page:

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"My personal education history, my primary school fees was paid by well-wishers. My high school fees was paid by PTA and BOG bursaries. My university, medical school was a scholarship. I supported myself for postgraduate because I could. It's my turn to educate the village."

Here are some of the comments from the post:

Joshua Oliyo said:

"I have a story similar to yours. My secondary school fee was paid by a church harambee. I hustled for my diploma course. I have completed my Diploma course. I am reorganising for a degree program in Public Health. I am looking for a job to help me raise some cash to kick start my Degree."

@Drciiro said:

"To my own experience, you will never regret doing so for the needy and one day you will find that the little things go beyond your imagination."

@LariNdiwa commented:

"You're one of the people that this country lacks. Keep up the good work."

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@OscarKimani said:

"Great, it is called paying it forward!"

@Jmutinda_snr added:

"Without my villagers, I would not have seen how Form 4 classroom looks like. It's time to give back."

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Well-wishers find barefooted kid photographed admiring schoolboy with shoes

Elvi Bwire was photographed admiring a pupil with shoes who were on a poster and the photo went viral online.

The schoolboy who is an orphan had been living with his grandmother and social media users helped find the young boy.

Fortunately, well-wishers will now sponsor his education until he completes university.

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