Zari Hassan couldn’t hide her joy after her eldest son Pinto Tlale scooped the ‘Most Valuable Player’ Award in the Under 15 category.
Pinto who studies at the prestigious St Albans school in Pretoria, South Africa is an ardent Rugby and Basketball player. The proud mum took to social media to share a picture of her son’s trophy and captioned it “Thank You God.”
At the St Albans school, day scholars pay R130 470 per annum (approx. Ksh1, 064,982) while boarders pay R229 410 per annum (approx. Khs1, 872,596).
For this fee, parents are assured that the students get to enjoy quality teaching and a curriculum above the rest. Students also engage in sports like Rugby, Cricket, Hockey, Basketball, Rowing, Water Polo, Tennis, Squash and Golf.
Albanians get to enrol in cool clubs like Bridge Club, Caffeine Club, Chess Club, Fly Fishing, Guitar Club and Jazz club among others.
Zari’s friend Akothee is also one of the celebrities whose kids pay quite a lump sum.
Akothee’s daughter Prudence Otieno aka Fancy Makadia attends Braeburn Mombasa. A school where she parts with Kshs800,000 as a large number of her baby daddies don’t support her.
“I am a mother of five and as much as I gave birth with mzungus, they don’t support me fully, its only baba Oyoo, the young boy that is supporting his son, the four are mine and mine alone. I support my kids alone. My daughter Fancy Makadia is in Braeburn she is paying Sh800, 000 per term, the other two are in Strathmore you know how the school fees there is,” she said on NTV’s Wicked Edition.