He had to home at 5 a.m. to get to primary school for 7 a.m. Neither of his parents have work. There are six children in the family. His oldest brother is currently at secondary school, but his father is struggling to keep up with the fees, (he has to sell livestock to keep up with the payments). Samwel can’t always afford to pay for food at primary school, so can go a whole term without it. He wants to be a doctor one day.
Samwel started Moita Boys’ Secondary Boarding School in January 2014. In the National Form Two Examinations 2015 he gained a Distinction (the highest level of pass). He is being sponsored by Liam Richardson from Stockton on Tees, and his family.