Rich kids are truly lucky to born into wealthy families. They get all the good things in life – everything that money and power can acquire.
Some of those living the dream are pupils from Prembrook House School in Gilgil, Nakuru county.
While kids in normal Kenyan schools struggle to brave the pre-dawn cold in order to make it to class in time, or forced to trek tens of kilometres just so they can learn to read and write, these filthy rich youngsters fly to school in choppers!
Ranked as one of the most prestigious learning institutions in the country, the luxury, expectedly comes at a hefty fee.
As always, Kenyans didn’t miss the opportunity to express their reactions.
This is what some of them had to say.
Mũrĩu Wa Njuguna A very proud parent here. my son is still on the plane tho, just wait for him to come out. keep working hard guys and God will open doors for you like he did for me. 😊 🙏
Jarunda Jaluth Mambobiad Wow! I’m so glad school is on! I am proud to be a Pembroke House School parent!
Aredi Van Okush My former school I can see Capt Shaw our pilot is still strong.
Annie Ngugi As the chairlady of the alumni group i wish the students the best as they resume
Patrick Amin I love this school…their tuition fee and flight fee is affordable. My son is in Grade 3.
Wanjiru Nyaga As many as of those who boarded chartered planes say aaahhhh (silence) as many as those who boarded foot-subishi, leg-xus, shoe-baru, foot-rado say naayyyy – the nays have it! Good night alumni, parents and board members.
Ruth Ogando As an alumni, i remember all the experiences with a lot of nostalgia. Am sending my daughter next week to have the same experience. Thanks so much Pembroke House school
Betty Mutethya Thank you for the updates. I love this school. You always treat our kids well.