Gideon Kipsiele Moi, a former senator from Baringo County and head of the Kenya African National Union (KANU) party. He is a well-known figure among Rift Valley leaders.
After losing his post to Senator William Cheptumo of the UDA party a few months later, the senator went back to school and completed a bachelor's degree in leadership and management in the arts. According to a Facebook post shared by Baringo news, the well-known politician graduated from Kabarak University in Nakuru with a First Class Honours degree.
The leader was one of the top nine achievers in his cohort who moved on to the first class division. Many managers and leaders are embracing higher education to develop their skills, knowledge, and credentials, which are crucial records in management and leadership.
While some Internet users disagreed with the senator's views, others praised him for his academic accomplishments in their responses to the article.
Here are some of their comments.
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