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  Virginia Muthoni Wainaina

Virginia was registered as one of TAJI children in 2021 while she was in class 8 at Gatuanyaga Primary. Her mother does casual jobs at the quarry to try and meet her daughter’s basic needs.

Virginia’s father passed when Virginia was around five years old and since then her mother raises her single handedly.Virginia’s mother is one of Taji mother’s. She was empowered with a sum of 15,000  schillings where she started a business in poultry farming since quarry jobs were too hard for her considering she is above fifty years old. Virginia has been undergoing soccer training and discipleship since she was registered at Taji.

Although she never liked soccer training before attending Taji, she developed an interest in it. This made her acquire soccer skills day by day.  One day a match was conducted at their school, Gatuanyaga Secondary School. Due to the skills she has gained, she emerged to be the best player. This made one of spectators, Dr. Charles who was watching the match, develop an interest in her soccer skills.

He promised to take Virginia to boarding school where he will sponsor her through all levels of her education until she is done. Afterwards he promised to enrol Virginia on his team. Virginia is now in boarding school where she can spend most of her time learning and the environment is much more peaceful.

Her mother is also able to meet her basic needs without much struggle.

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