This 90-Year-Old Primary School Student Has A Message To All Children Of The World And It's Truly Inspirational

Proof that it's never too late to start working on what you're passionate about.

Meet Priscilla Sitienei, a 90-year-old grandmother from Kenya.


She actually happens to be a student at a primary school in Kenya's Rift Valley...

Where she goes to the same class with seven of her great-grandchildren.

"I see children who are living hopelessly, children who are lost. I want them to see me in school, I want to inspire them," Sitienei says.

"I want to say to children of the world, especially girls, education will be your health."

Sitienei is believed to be the oldest primary school student in the world.

She's living proof that age is just a number, and that it's never to late to start doing things you are passionate about in life.

Make sure to watch the entire BBC News report below where journalist Ed Thomas chats with with Sitienei about her passion for knowledge and inspiring children, one primary school at a time.

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(H/T: BBC News)


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