A Kenyan pastor living in Worcester Massachusetts surprised his son after buying him an Audi. Geoffrey Mwangi got the car after joining the prestigious Worcester State University. Only two black students from Millbury High School made the cut.
A Kenyan born teenager living in Worcester Massachusetts is currently enjoying a brand new Audi after passing his exams.
Reverend Ben Mwangi surprised many, including his 18-year-old-son, Geoffrey Mwangi, with a grey Audi A6 3.2 after he qualified to join the prestigious Worcester State University.
The Reverend took to Facebook to make the announcement saying that the kid has made him proud. We have learnt that only two black students from Millbury High School made the cut.
You did your part and are now heading to Worcester State University. You have made us proud. Now your mum and I have kept our promise… here are the keys, enjoy.” Rev.Ben Mwangi posted on Facebook.
We can confirm his mother, Jane Mwangi, who spoke to Samrack Media, said the reward was motivated by their Christian ethics.
“God is our father, He has taught us how to appreciate and reward someone for good things and achieving certain goals,” she said.
“He is a God of deals and He has given us a deal for eternal life if we believe in his son. Problem is when the deal is one way. Our kids do their part and we parent fail our side. Let’s appreciate our children who have worked hard on their side of the deal.”
“We struck a deal with our son one year before he graduated and when he met his obligation, we met ours too, A brand new grey Audi A6 3.2.”
The Audi A6 is between KSh 4 – 6 million in the Kenyan market.