by Martin Oduor
David Mwaura wowed Kenyans when he returned Kes 30,000 to a passenger that had left his wallet in a matatu. That random act of kindness has changed David’s life forever.
The tout’s wife was was gifted with a free delivery package from Nairobi Hospital after Kenyans learnt that David had returned the money he found.
Nairobi hospital usually charges Kes 80,000 normal delivery, Kes 100,000 assisted delivery and Kes 160,000 cesarean section delivery.
Daniel “Churchill” Ndambuki has also offered to help David Mwaura get back to school. He dropped out of the Technical University of Kenya in 2011 due to lack of school fees, he was pursuing IT.
“Churchill said he will pay for my studies and so I will go to TUK and check the availability of a [art time course IT course. I intend to register and begin studying as soon as I confirm the course’s availability,” David Mwaura told Nairobi News.
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