In my head I am thoroughly debating whether to write about Rose Nasimiyu or not.. here is a 9-year-old who has just shot to the limelight in a span of less than 3 weeks during the recent launch of the Nyong’o Africa Cancer Foundation. She was on Capital talk on Monday this week. Catch her here:
She has the face of an angel and the spirit of a fighter. This is just to say, ” We support you and we are awed by you.”
Safaricom has enabled her set up an Mpesa Paybill account 551754 ( I can’t believe that I have already memorised it) and the best part is that its zero-rated. That means that you will not have to pay anything extra while supporting her.
Just as Jeff said, “And in times of overcoming the odds…”
By Wednesday morning when she was being interviewed on Kiss 100 by Caroline Mutoko, there was a buzz about her and her story. One thing that I must commend is the leadership that Caro exhibited, she donated Ksh. 5,000 within two minutes of them being in the studio (God bless your soul), and we wonder why God has blessed her so.
Phoebe ( Rose’s mum) had to go to Safaricom HQ to get a paybill number, because she had exceeded the threshold balance. Kenyans can be very generous. I salute you all.
I am saluting Miss Rose Nasimiyu aka Princess Rose who, decided to help her mum raise money for her chemo and has a song called “I believe” that is sure to get you thinking of how much she is going to brighten our world.
I would love to see this taken a bit further with the setup of a Cancer Foundation. Princess Rosie should be the goodwill ambassador. She is more than able to do the job.
Read more about her from these blogs I loved:
All I can say is, ” Impact your world, strive to make a difference”
Rose says, “Feed your faith and your fears will starve to death”
I finally found her video on YouTube… Marvelous work, just watch I believe by Rose Nasimiyu aka Princess Rose.