Madam Liz Wanyoike is the founder and the chief executive officer of the Nairobi Institute of Business Studies popularly known as NIBS college. She founded the college in 2000 which has now become a life-changing institution. She had a very rough start of the institution which she says she begun with 25 students but now has thousands of students enrolled in different courses.
The NIBS College principal and CEO Liz Wanyoike has shared a story of her life revealing some rough moments. Madam Liz Wanyoike has opened up concerning her business journey from the founding of Nairobi Institute of Business Studies to real estate and the just recently Wanyoike Preparatory School.
NIBS college CEO Liz Wanyoike has revealed one sad chapter of her life when she started the NIBS Technical College. She says that she had some very serious issues with her husband which ended up resulting in her break up with the husband. However, Liz Wanyoike says that life was not a walk in the park after breaking up with her husband. "After breaking up with my husband, I left my marriage without anything." Lizzie Wanyoike principal and CEO of NIBS College disclosed.
The NIBS college principal has also talked about her retirement. She says that her son is about to take over the institution's management from her. She has revealed that her son worked in a bank in the United States for 8 years.
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