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The former street boy, Tredy Bradley, who became an internet sensation after his rendition to Mercy Masika’s Mwema hit will perform to hundreds of people in a concert scheduled for end of the year. He was taken in by a Nairobi single mother, Daizy Kayetch who lives with him in Syokimau and secured him a fully paid scholarship at Sankofa Academy.
The young boy went back to school this year despite dropping out while in class two and he has managed to score an average of 400 marks. “Tredy will actually be performing on stage during a New Year’s Eve concert for disadvantaged children in Kericho town,” said the mother of one.
Tredy had high scores in Kiswahili, Science, English and Mathematics and has been performing during school functions as well as took part in a television children talent show.