Over the last one month, Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wafula Wangamati (WWW) has visited various high schools in the Country in order to meet students who are in school courtesy of the governor's scholarship initiative.
He has visited students at Alliance, Kenya High School in Nairobi and Marand High School in Siaya County.
On Tuesday, the Governor paid a visit to students at Cardinal Otunga Girls in Bungoma County.
His administration awarded scholarships to 204 students at the school. 16 are in Form 4, 35 in Form 3, 40 in Form 2 and 113 in Form 1.
During the visits, students normally get time to share their dreams and aspirations as was the case at Cardinal Otunga on Tuesday and all the other schools so far visited by the first term Governor.
He committed to continue playing the parental role. He said that he is "getting better at Kungfu" in a bid to protect them from anybody who tries to stand between them and achieving their dreams.
Over the weekend, Wangamati said that several years to come, he shall be remembered for initiating the scholarship fund to pay fees for bright students from needy families.
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