financial support

Posted by David Kasiba on January 14th, 2014 filed in Uncategorized

Dear friends,

My name is David Kasiba,a Kenyan working for the government of Kenya as a judicial assistant,based at Kisumu law courts.I am married and GOD has blessed me with five children:Caesar,Maureen,Faith,Gift and Mercy.I finished high school in 1989 but was not able to persue university education because of lack of finances.

Last year 2013,i began studying bachelor of commerce(finance option)at Kampala international university(KIU) Uganda by distance learning mode.I opted to study in Uganda because the fees there is marginally lower than what universities in Kenya are charging.The training entails a visit to the campus for three sessions of two weeks each per year i.e January,May and September.However my financial position at the moment cannot allow me to attend campus this January 2014 which is why i appeal to well wishers out there especially those of youreading this post,to extend a hand of assistance financially.My fellow students reported at campus beginning 13/01/2014 and lack of fees is threatening to lock me out of the course.Every session requires 450 US Dollars for all non Ugandan students and the course runs for 4 years.

With the meagre salary i earn and the pressure of taking care of my family(wife not in employment) and from my salary i pay for my son who is in 2nd year in high school,and the others in primary schools,it has become painfully necessary that i appeal for assistance from you all.

Your help will highly be appreciated and let GOD the almighty bless you all.May the words of apostle Paul in the Bible in Philipians 4:19,20 become real in all that you do.


David Kasiba.

2 Responses to “financial support”

  1. Marian Neudel Says:

    Lynn–can you please email me ( to let me know you have seen my attempts to contact you? I don’t know how else to get in touch with you.

    Marian Neudel (Wired Sisters)

  2. Sappho Says:

    Hi, Marian. I’ll drop you an email. Sorry; I wasn’t looking closely at comments, so it took me a couple of days to notice.