Kenyans have been left with a surprise after recent remarks given by KCSE top student Robinson Wanjala, acknowledging that, Law student from Nairobi University and Emabakasi East member of Parliament, Hon. Babu Owino's online classes, especially Mathematics and Chemistry really helped him to achieve his goals.
According to details share on The Standard Digital page, top student Robinson Simiyu from Murang'a high school, acknowledged on Monday the work of Babu, saying that he really benefitted a lot from the online classes.
“I would love to appreciate Babu Owino because he went a step further and started teaching.
“I remember his Mathematics and Chemistry lessons…they really helped. Our school had online lessons but there are students out there who did not have that privilege. I benefitted from the lessons and I believe there are many others who did,” he said.
Babu Owino, who holds two degrees from the university of Nairobi, Bachelors Degree in Actuarial Science and Law, took it upon himself to aid students and offered Mathematics and Chemistry classes for free on his social media platforms.
At first, the move had attracted a lot of criticism, as people accused him of trying to ‘sanitise’ his name but this did not deter him. He selected a few topics that he deemed examinable and glided through them with ease.
The classes, which were often conducted on Fridays, soon attracted more people and Babu took students through Chemistry classes, dissecting organic chemistry.
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