Cathy Andrews bought success cards for over 2,000 students sitting national exams around Kikuyu | Rare Techy


  • Over 2,000 candidates from 12 public schools around the Kikuyu region will have their morale boosted by a kind gesture from philanthropist Cathy Andrews.
  • This is after the owner of SUNG Timber bought and distributed the scorecards to the students when the national exams started
  • Kathy revealed that she decided to give the cards because many students come from humble backgrounds and feel left out.

Philanthropist Cathy Andrews is at it again, but this time her beneficiaries are final-year primary school students who sit national exams this week.

Cathy Andrews bought success cards for over 2,000 students sitting national exams around Kikuyu
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As the students prepare to face the exam that will decide their next destiny in life, Kathy gives them something to boost their morale as she drives by.

12 schools were visited and 2000 success cards were distributed

Kathy, owner of SUNG Tadi, told TUKO.co.ke’s Hilary Lisimba that she realized there are students who come from humble backgrounds and may not be successful.

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They bought and gave them cars to make them feel cared for and to make them equal among their peers.

“I visited 12 schools around Kikuyu and gave out admit cards to over 2,000 candidates,” she said.

She was accompanied on the charity mission by former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinutia aka Omosh, who is now the brand ambassador for her company, Homes by SUNG.

Omosh accompanied Cathy on the mission

Omosh is the biggest beneficiary of Kathy’s philanthropic efforts and was gifted a three-bedroom house in Mt.

The thespian had come out publicly to reveal that she was going through turbulent times and was on the verge of being evicted from her rented house due to arrears of Rs 100,000.

Kathy pooled resources and the help of friends and fellow businessmen to build a house on a plot of land donated by a real estate company.

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In October this year, Kathy was offered a brand ambassador job at her company after it was rumored that Omosh was broke and depressed again.

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