Madam Liz Wanyoike is the founder and the chief executive officer of the Nairobi Institute of Business Studies popularly known as NIBS college. She founded the college in 2000 which has now become a life-changing institution. She had a very rough start of the institution which she says she begun with 25 students but now has thousands of students enrolled in different courses.
Today was a tragic day where several people have lost their lives in overflown rivers and dams in Mwingi and Thika, Kiambu County. Five students of NIBS college who went to celebrate one of their friend's birthday faced a tragic incident when two of them drowned in Titanic dam, as three of them managed to swim to safety.
A somber mood engulfed tudents from NIBS who lit candles in a night vigil following the untimely death of one of their colleagues who is reported to have been hit by a vehicle while heading to a youth fellowship. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that the deceased had left some of her classmates on their hostels in attempts to make it to church on time.
Nairobi Institute of Business Studies is one of the premium colleges in Kenya offering variety of courses in Entrepreneurship and managerial training. It is a certified institution which has produced thousands of competent staffs working in various fields both in Kenya and abroad.Photo:(courtesy) NIBS college, Used for illustration Purposes only.
Life is full of twists and drama that it's even a mystery to us. Things happen to us in our daily lives that we can't comprehend or can't understand why but the most important thing is to never give up. As the saying goes when times get tough the tough get tougher.Liz Wanyoike was rejected by his husband after being for 25 years in marriage. She was alleged to be a girlfriend by his hubby who denied her in front of the court. According to tuko news, she came home a certain time and was denied entry only to leave
The government should assist private schools in order to enable them move forward now, and after the pandemic. Madam Lizzie Muthoni Wanyoike pleaded with the gorvenment this morning. "As a major contributor of taxes to the government, private schools should be considered as some of the beneficiaries of grant money the government is giving out." She insisted. Private schools have been hard hit for the past four months since the Corona Virus found a way into the country. "We have undergone hardships in running