Think of making KES50 million while you're 27 years old. That's how much Joe Mwale made when he sold his first business project. Mwale is one of a new generation of young entrepreneurs who, rather than complaining about Kenya's unemployment issue, have gone above and beyond to generate jobs.
The Kenyan education system is among the best in Africa because Kenyans thrive well both locally and in the diaspora in various fields which makes them billionaires. This just a result of attending the best schools in the country. The top most two schools include the following; 1.
KCSE 2021: Lugulu Girls Shown Dust By Kamusinga As Kapsabet High Roars In The R. Valley - Statistics
Education CS Professor George Magoha has earlier on released the results of KCSE for the class of 2021. In an event held at Mitihani House - Nairobi, Professor Magoha lauded teachers, students and all the other stakeholders for the job well done in as much as the exams were concerned.
Joseph Simiyu and Simiyu Mukhwana who are identical twins have surprised many after they were given an opportunity to join the same school after scoring 410 and 397 in their KCPE exams. The two students, after realized that they were going to attend Kabianga Boys High School, they celebrated each of them with different vision.
Friends School Kamusinga Boys High school is one of the top prominent and famous national schools. The school is located in Bungoma county, Western region and it's under the leadership of Mr. Alex Kariuki as the principal. It's good news to Friends School Kamusinga after the ministry of education in collaboration with the government, launched a network connectivity program in the school.
Since 2006, it is now about 14 years down the line, many incidences have occurred and therefore it is normal for human beings to absorb new and fresh memories while forgetting the old memories which are relatively of less importance to them. Omanga Dickens Omosa emerged the best 2006 KCSE candidate nationally according to the then Minister for Education Professor George Saitoti.
Kakamega county senator Cleophas Wakhungu Malala is a man who has gained a lot politically in the republic of Kenya in just seven years.He first came to limelight in 2013 with his famous highschool play Shackle of Doom which was presented by Butere Girls at Mombasa Drama festivals.
The Old Luhya prophet Elijah Wa Nameme and Raila Odinga There is an old Luhya Prophecy that is very well known to most of the Western Kenya politicians, most will pretend not to know anything about it. The Luhya prophecy was made in the famous Lilongwe stadium, those that had a rare chance of visiting or learning in the most prestigious school in western Kenya, that is Friends School Kamusinga, can attest to this. There is a raised ground where one of the famous prophets of the Luhya land is believed that will
Ferdinand Omanyala is a Kenyan sprinter based in Nairobi who recently qualified for the Olympics after clocking 10.02 seconds for the 100m race. He is arguably Kenya's fastest man. Photo|Courtesy Education He was born and raised in Busia county. Details about his primary school remain scanty.
The 2006 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) top student Dickens Omanga has today shared his journey after that his historic performance. Dickens was a student at Friends School Kamusinga from Bungoma County and emerged at the top after he managed to score clean As in all subjects.
Photo courtesy Kenneth Lusaka is a man that needs no introduction. He is the second speaker of the Kenyan Senate and the former Governor of Bungoma County who served from March 2013 to August 2017. However, he was unable to retain his seat under a Jubilee ticket after he was floored by Wycliffe Wafula Wangamati who vied on a Ford Kenya ticket. Profile Summary. Lusaka was born on 18 September 1963 in Bungoma County. He attended Kamukuywa Primary School and later joined Kibabii High School in Bungoma for his 'O'
Kisii born, Kenyan lawyer Cliff Ombeta is today, July 29th celebrating his birthday, and has thrown it back by unveiling a black and white picture of himself, alongside his sister Nyakerario Mayaka. Through his Twitter account, Ombeta gave a glimpse of his little self's chubby cheeks, with followers flocking his comment section to wish him luck as he turns a new page in his life.
Kimilili Constituency Member of parliament Hon Didmus Barasa has been on a sabotical leave since early this year; a move that raised lots of speculations.(Photo, Courtesy) The controversial DP Ruto ally has waged a fresh war on Kimilili Municipality Board Manager during his sabotical leave.
On Saturday, July 31, Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa made history when he became the first Kenyan to qualify for the 100m Olympic semi-final. Ferdinand qualified for the 100m semi-finals in the Tokyo 2021 Olympics after finishing third in Heat 5 after clocking 10.01 seconds, equaling his national record.
The Ministry of Education under CS George Magoha has suspended all universities fee increment plans after holding a meeting with stakeholders. University Education PS Simon Nabukwesi directed all institutions to shelve the plan until 2022. He also refuted reports that universities, including the University of Nairobi, had increased fees.
Ferdinand Omanyala Omurwa made history on Saturday, July 31, when he became the first Kenyan to qualify for the 100m Olympic semi-finals. Ferdinand qualified for the 100m semi-finals in Tokyo 2021 after finishing third in Heat 5 with a time of 10.01 seconds, which matched his national record.
Business man and industrialist Chris Kirubi was born in 1941 in Kenya. He undertook his secondary education at Friends School Kamusinga in Western Kenya in Bungoma county. One of his achievements as a young person is that he was sharp in school, although he was just a poor orphan.
Following a meeting with stakeholders, the Ministry of Education, led by CS George Magoha, has postponed all university fee rise proposals. The idea has been put on hold until 2022, according to University Education PS Simon Nabukwesi. He also denied rumors that university fees have increased, citing the University of Nairobi as an example.
Kenyan businessman, industrialist and entrepreneur, Dr. Christopher John Kirubi was pronounced dead by his family at around 1pm on Monday 14th, June 2021, after battling cancer for a very long time. Kirubi was born in 1941, he attended his secondary education at Friends School Kamusinga, Handel's University in Sweden and Harvard school of Business.
Kenya's business billionaire HSC Chris Kirubi's family on Monday confirmed the his passing on at the hospital where he was receiving his treatment.He died at an age of 80 years after battling with cancer disease. He was an hardworking business who was recognized across the African Continent for his vast wealth.