Kenya (newsroom) 02/10/2022 19:05
A Kenyan returns to school at the age of 98
- The woman said, “I want to be a doctor.”
- The Kenyan government started subsidizing primary education costs in 2003
She wore Kenyan Priscilla Cetiny The school uniform consists of a gray dress and a green jacket, and she wants to go back to school to set an example for her children’s grandchildren, and seek a new career.
She added, “I want to be female doctorBecause I was a midwife,” she said, noting that her children supported her decision, according to Reuters.
And the government started Kenyan in subsidizing primary education costs in 2003, allowing some school dropouts to return to school to pursue their dreams. “Grandma” in its local language. She will also travel to New York to attend the screening of the film there.
Cetney, now in the sixth grade, said she also enjoys other school activities with her grandchildren, including physical education lessons.
Teachers use her extensive experience to maintain calm during lessons.
“I make her watch the classroom for the rioters,” said her teacher, Leonida Talam. “It worked, when she left the room she was still quiet.”