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Martin Kagunda, at the centre doing Computer Application Packages.

16 NOVEMBER 2020

Dear COTA KENYA,

My name is Martin David and I just finished my high school education last year (2019). I live with a single mother in Embakasi North Dandora area in Gitare marigu slums.

My aspiration is to become the best in computer skills and I know I will, with the opportunity to study in this institution.

Not only for my own benefit but also to give back the same skills to my community so that we may all grow not only physically but knowledge wise.

COTA Kenya has demonstrated its main objective, to help the society, more so the youth, in computer skills and giving them financial advice.

The school which is a project of COTA Kenya, is open to all who are eager to learn and know more about computers and how to handle cash to armature entrepreneurs or the already existed businesses.

In our society today, we need people and initiative like yours to uplift the society. With the ongoing sponsorship, it will attract more deserving youths who cannot afford and give them a chance to learn.

This will lead to growth in economic and health wellbeing of our society, because, crime and drugs abuse will reduce and more importantly, a number of educated and responsible persons in Kenya will increase thereby having hope for a brighter future.

Young people should join Aston College and be educated so that they can be responsible and wise people to the society. This will enable them to have a brighter future and be able to achieve their dreams.

I also request more stakeholders to donate more computers and furniture so that more deserving youths can be reached!

It is a pleasure to be admitted at this institution and I pray you continue with your good work in thinking, caring and giving back to the society.

 

by MARTIN DAVID KAGUNDA

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