For the love of documentation, a 90 years old woman enrols to Primary school.
The oldest primary school pupil in the world is Priscilla Sitienei. Priscilla Sitienei is a Kenyan Midwife with over 65 years experience in midwifery. In a bid to learn how to write and read, she enrolled at Leaders Vision Preparatory School in the Rift Valley village along with six of her great-great-grandchildren.
Mrs Sitienei grew up under British colonial masters and never had the chance to go to school.
She became the oldest primary school student in the world because she wants to be able to read the Bible, pass on her midwifery skills and write down the herbal remedies she uses in births.
Her classmates are children aged between 10 and 14, some of whom she delivered as babies.