Once Britain’s pop singer, Cliff Richard engaged in deep conversation with the principal and founding director of Starehe Boys Centre, Geoffrey Griffin. Cliff Richard came to Kenya to lay a foundation stone for a new wing to be used as domitries. He was sponsored by the BBC ‘Blue Peter’ children program. Starehe Boy’s centre provided free education to orphans and bright poor children who could not afford school fees. A few of the children became ministers and important people in Kenyan society. In the Robin Hood spirit, the school was partly founded by the parents of the rich Kenyans who wanted the best quality education for their children and could afford to pay more.
Cliff Richard representing BBC’s children programme ‘Blue Peter’ engaged in converstion with the principal and founding director of Starehe Boys Centre, Jeffrey Grifin.