Kelvin had gone to work in a quarry to raise his fees

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Kelvin’s annual college payment is $530 (£430)

A poor 14-year-old boy in Kenya has been flown to highschool in a helicopter after air pressure veterans supplied to pay for his secondary schooling.

Kelvin Muriuki was high of his class in 2016, however poverty compelled him to go and work in a quarry, his household mentioned.

The Kenya Air Pressure Veteran Officers Affiliation then stepped in to pay his college charges and to provide him a helicopter trip to his new college.

Kelvin’s desires at the moment are again on observe – he says he needs to change into a pilot.

Many youngsters repeatedly drop out of faculty in Kenya due to poverty.

The affiliation mentioned it will pay Kelvin’s annual college payment of $530 (£430) till he completes his secondary schooling in 2020.

He arrived at his new college within the central Kenyan city of Karicheni after a helicopter trip of about 20 minutes from his earlier college, experiences the BBC’s Abdinoor Aden from the capital, Nairobi.