Nairobi Women Representative, Esther Passaris joined parents and residents living around the site of the collapsed Precious Talent Academy in celebrating the victory of their students who despite tragedy, managed to score over 400 marks.
Grace Achieng Lwoka sored 408 , Nicole Sangwera Sianyo managed 405 and Martin Mwangi Yiminyi scored 402 marks.
The three pupils were among the candidates who were transferred to neighbouring schools; Ngong Forest Primary and Jamhuri Primary School after their school was closed over a collapsed classroom.
The incident saw politicians in high places donate towards better facilities, with Raila Odinga and President Uhuru Kenyatta pledging 1 Million shillings towards the reconstruction of the school.
Esther Passaris pledged to work together with Nairobi County to oversee better structures erected in the area, as the school remodelling process continued.
“I pray we break the barrier of approval at City Hall for the school to be reconstructed and reopened. I am grateful to Samuel (the landlord) for the additional land to meet approval requirements. I will soon facilitate counselling services at the school as the reconstruction of the facilities is ongoing,” she urged.
She also promised a scholarship program for students in the school and in the area that is largely populated with low income earning households.