“Hero!” Remmy Kigen, a form student uses pocket money to visit children’s home

Remmy Kigen, a Form 2 student at Paul Boit Secondary School, has warmed the hearts of many Kenyans after using his pocket money to help need children.

On closing day, Remmy used savings from his pocket money to do some shopping, which he took to little angels at Kimumu Children’s home in Eldoret.

In photos that have gone viral on social media, the kind hearted boy was captured sharing a light moment with the needy children.

1698519429025 jpg "Hero!" Remmy Kigen, a form student uses pocket money to visit children's home

While reacting to Remmy’s bold move, Kenyans expressed admirations, praised him for demonstrating the true art of charity. A section of Netizen who were touched by his kind gesture went ahead and requested to meet him, with some promising to reward him.

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Here are some of reactions

“A very impressive work young man,may God Almighty expand your territories. Btwy where is this children’s home in kimumu I need to have a visit to them too”

“Wow, he portrays leadership skills and character, kigen may never lack and God bless you in your education.”

“I think it would be good if we sent kigen back with our support, this time aende na shopping kubwa kabisa”

“That is now real charity work. Leave alone those who steal and share 10% of the stealing with community.. Future is bright.”

“Naivas Supermarket huyu hero amefanya shopping kwenu na pocket money na akapelekea children’s home, si ata nyinyi mfanye kitu mumshindikishe.”

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