Former Nairobi County Governor Mike Sonko is a happy man after his son passed in the just-released Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations.
In his shared long post, the former County boss stated that since he adopted the two boys (Gift and Satrine Osinya), 7 years ago, life has been nothing but full of God’s miracles.
The former Makadara legislator went ahead to note that his son Gift Osinya had scored a B- (minus) in the KCSE results released yesterday Monday 10, May 2021.
The elated Sonko stated that the grade was a good one even though the family expected an A, but it would still enable the young boy to pursue his dream career in any public University, as he thanks everyone for their continued support in the process.
“THE LORD HAS DONE IT AGAIN! WACHENI MUNGU AITWE MUNGU.
As usual, a few haters will say this is PR but I want to prove them wrong by telling them there’s a God in heaven and the Devil is always a liar, today my family and I are overwhelmed with joy as we celebrate the KCSE results of our beloved son Gift Osinya.
When terrorists struck a church in Likoni on the Sunday of 23rd March 2014 taking the life of his mum and other worshipers, Master Gift Osinya was left traumatized, terrified, and hopeless with a bullet lodged in the head of his younger brother, Master Satrine Osinya.
However, since they joined our family seven years ago, we have seen God’s miracles in their lives.
After scoring an impressive 399 marks in KCPE 4 years ago, he proceeded to Lenana School in Nairobi for his secondary education where he has made us proud again by scoring an impressive B – (minus) in his KCSE.
Even though as a family we were expecting an A from him, we thank God for his good grades that now guarantee him a place in one of the public universities where he can pursue the career of his dreams.
On behalf of my family especially my beloved wife Primrose, I wish to thank you all for the continued support and prayers, and invite you to join us as a family in celebrating the achievements of our son, while thanking God for his mercies upon his life,” said Mike Sonko.