January, or call it Njaanuary, a month that many people believe is the longest of all months of any given year. It is now here and it seems to be in no hurry to end.
This January came after another long and torturous year of 2020 that goes down in annals of history as a year that hit the world with a pandemic; Covid-19.
It was a tough year. People lost jobs. Businesses shut down. But many held onto hope and moved on to the end. And 2021 is here, as new as any other year before it.
Professor George Magoha ordered students to go back to school on January 4, 2021. This got many parents unprepared given that learners had been at home for more than 8 months.
Some parents, because of high transport costs, could not accompany their children who schooled far from home as it was the norm. But as the saying goes, when the going gets tough, the tough get going.
One thing that made many parents lose hair by scratching their heads hard was how to get and pay school fees for their sons and daughters. With the current economy, it is obvious many parents are busy trying to make ends meet.
Luckily, this year, the Co-operative Bank of Kenya, as it always does, made it possible for parents to comfortably pay school fees for their children.
For instance, a parent can pay school fees without even leaving his or her house through an M-Pesa PayBill number 400222.
Also, a parent can pay the school fees comfortably via the MCo-op Cash app, or by using PesaLink or through Co-op Kwa Jirani.
So, if you are a parent and you haven’t paid school, there is no need to worry or panic. Co-operative Bank of Kenya has you covered this January. They have amazing products only for you and your child.