It is never good news to announce the death of a teacher just about forty eight hours after celebrating the World Teachers Day across the globe.
Picture Courtesy. Mr. Geoffrey Okwach Otieno.
Teachers were honored by the Teachers Service Commission for their service as teachers in the country.
This morning, we have learnt of the passing of the Principal of a prestigious school in Bungoma County.
Picture Courtesy. Message from the Governor's office.
He was formerly the Principal of Mabole Boys High School in Butere before his transfer happened.
Until his demise, Mr. Geoffrey Okwach Otieno was the Principal of Maliki Boys High School that is found in Bungoma.
He is credited for having brought up the number of students at Mabole Boys High School from 29 to 540 since his transfer in 2019.
He also posted a mean grade of 8.2 in the 2013 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and his school was ranked as 12th overall in the country.
Mr. Geoffrey Okwach Otieno was undergoing cancer treatment in Eldoret when he passed on at the hospital.
The office of the Governor of Kakamega, Dr. Wyckliff Oparanya has mourned the teacher as one of the best the country has ever had.
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