How Kenyan nurse Wanja used her meagre salary to build a home for the less privileged

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How Kenyan nurse Wanja used her meagre salary to build a home for the less privileged
How Kenyan nurse Wanja used her meagre salary to build a home for the less privileged
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By Princely Onyenwe, Imo

It was jubilation in Kenyan land where a poor nurse whose name was given as Wanjan took to the responsibility to build a home for the less privileged in the country.

9News Kenya reports that the country’s government is marvelled over this kind gesture coming from a meagre paid nurse Wanjan.

However, Wanja Mwaura, a Kenyan nurse well-known for her kindness, has fulfilled her promise to needy families.

Meanwhile, she posted on Tuesday, November 9 on her social media handle calling for donations to carter for the finishing touches on the house.

Of a fact, the house is completed by this kind-hearted nurse Wanja who said she would officially hand it over on Saturday, November 13.

In her words’“We have done it. Today and tomorrow we are doing the final touches of the house. I need your help to finish this.

The children will be coming home for their midterm next week, let us give them a good home to come to,” she said.

Recall that the humanitarian servant Wanja has promised to build a house for the family who lived in a shack in September.

Also, Wanja was paying fees for four orphaned children from the family before embarking on the project to build them a house.

It is true that a kind nurse has wowed a poor family who lived in a mud house by building them a beautiful apartment.

The lady had been paying the school fees of 4 kids from the family before building them the new house.

This is heart-blowing and a challenge to the wealthy, rich and politicians who in their numbers rejected to assist the less privileged and cater for the masses around them.

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This gesture that happened in Kenya can happen anywhere in the world. We plead for such services to continue to improve the social responsibility of our citizens.

9News Nigeria (Owerri)
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About Princely Onyenwe 980 Articles
Princely Onyenwe A seasoned Investigative Journalist, Civil Rights Activist, and Political Analyst, Currently Editor and News reporter with 9News Nigeria www.9newsng.com www.facebook.com/9newsng

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