Remember the street boy who did a rendition to Mercy Masika’s “Mwema” wooing many Kenyans in return before earning himself a chance to meet the Gospel Songstress at last??
Well, his life is now totally turned around after he was rewarded a full scholarship, thanks to Daizy Kayech- a Facebook user who adapted him and currently his guardian.
The big-hearted Daizy who lives in Syokimau took Tredy Bradly in and managed to secure a Full scholarship for him at Sankofa Academy.
Ms Kayech took to her social media account on Thursday to update Kenyans on Bradly’s progress;
“Today marks a new beginning for Bradley. He is favoured to have been accepted at Sankofa Academy-Syokimau on a 100% scholarship basis. He is privileged to be under experienced teachers who formerly worked at peponi school, Makini,Braeburn & Agha Khan. If you can get your child to this school, that will be the best decision you will ever make. Their curriculum is well thought out. Much Appreciation Sankofa Academy-Syokimau -Syokimau for opening your doors for Bradley. God in heaven will bless you.”
Bradly will be schooling at the high end school whilst going through music mentorship under Mercy Masika.
We also learnt through Nairobinews.co.ke that the talented ex-street boy was relocated to Nairobi from Kondele Primary school to aid the preparation of a possible TV show where he will be the host.
” While speaking to Nairobi News, Ms Kayech confirmed Bradly’s admission to school.
“While we were going for a sing out audition and he was in Kondele Primary School we had figure out how to keep him in Nairobi for the weekly recordings. I walked into the new school which is in my neighbourhood and since it’s a Christian school when I explained the need they agreed to take him in for as long as he wants,” Ms Kayech told Nairobi News. Nine year old Bradly is joining class three at the academy as he goes on with the recording for the television show that he became a finalist in,” reported Nairobi News.
Incase you never saw the video that earned him all this fortune, check out;
WRITTEN BY MUKAMI KANYI