St. Joseph's high school is in great shock and pain as they mourn the death of their principal Mr.Yego. According to a statement released by the school, the famous educational icon succumbed to COVID-19 related complications in Mediheal Eldoret.
"It is with our deepest sorrow that we inform you of the death of our beloved Principal Mr. Yego. He passed on Today Evening at Mediheal hospital Eldoret," said the statement.
Mr.Wilson Tarus Yego impacted many lives in his career, good results from institutions he led will remain in minds of many forever. His former students, parents, and colleagues have taken to social media to mourn the legend. They have proven that his death is a great blow to the education sector.
His friends say that his death is not only a blow to the education sector but to the Marakwet community as well. "Mr. Yego & I are both former alumnus of Kerer Primary School, Lelan Ward, we both came from Lelan Ward, we are neighbors in Eldoret & Lelan & I can't even imagine the devastation this has hit my good people of Kipkundul. What a shocking loss to Marakwet Community and Kenya to lose such an academic Icon," Cheserek said.
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