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US-based Kenyan Faith Wangunyu (left) watches as the mayor of Kennesaw city is about to cut a ribbon to officially open Princeton Preparatory School on January 31, 2015. PHOTO | BMJ MURIITHI | NATION MEDIA GROUP

By B M J MURIITHI

A US based Kenyan woman has started a preparatory school in Kennesaw, Georgia.

Princeton Preparatory school welcomes its first batch of pupils on Monday.

Ms Faith Wangunyu, the proprietor, told the Nation that she had to work multiple jobs to raise the start-up capital required to start the school.

“I had to raise at least US $50,000 (Sh4.5 million) as start-up capital. I have worked as an emissions inspector, a night auditor at a hotel, a nursing aide, you name it,” said the 31-year-old entrepreneur.READ MORE

I worked multiple jobs to achieve American dream, Kenyan woman says Reviewed by on February 1, 2015 .

US-based Kenyan Faith Wangunyu (left) watches as the mayor of Kennesaw city is about to cut a ribbon to officially open Princeton Preparatory School on January 31, 2015. PHOTO | BMJ MURIITHI | NATION MEDIA GROUP By B M J MURIITHI A US based Kenyan woman has started a preparatory school in Kennesaw, Georgia. Princeton

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