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Former NTV editor rewards daughter with sleek car for good KCSE results

The Director of Communications and Public Relations of the county of Mombasa Richard Chacha has rewarded his daughter with a car after scoring a mean grade of B plain in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education.

Harriet Chacha, who did her secondary school exams at Mary Hill secondary school in Thika, is now the proud owner of a Mercedes E 200.

Mr Chacha once worked at NTV as a reporter.

It was a promise made by him to his daughter a few months back to motivate her in performing her best during the KCSE Examinations.

“Today I am very happy, it was a promise I gave to my daughter Harriet just to boost her morale and I am glad she was able to meet the promise, and today the car is hers,” says Mr Chacha.

Ms Harriet has aspirations of studying medicine and becoming a doctor, however the decision is still not yet final.

Although she is the first born in a family of four children she is not the only member of the family to have received a gift for academic excellence.

The second born who was a KCPE candidate was given a goat for attaining 417 marks in this year’s KCPE exams.