Winny Chebet, a first class universty graduate narrates her painful story after looking for a job after graduating but all in vein. Whe you look at Chebet's transcripts you will classiffy her as an impressive student academically right from primary to university level. Winny graduated with a first class honours in bachelor of science in biochemistry at the Karatina University in 2018.
The 1500 MWomen’s race begun at 3.35 am. Winnie and Faith are among those who are giving hope to Many Kenyans after a hard time in almost all events in Tokyo Olympics. It is only Omanyala that has shown some hope after he broke the national record in the semi finals in 100M sprints.
1500m Olympic Gold Medallist ,Faith Chepngetich won heat three in 4:01.40 with her teammate in Global Camp Uganda's Winny Nanyondo joining in the semis. She says that heat yesterday was all abt qualification to the next ground despite the harsh conditions that athletes were racing in the stadium.
Kenyans athletes arrived into the country yesterday evening with no government official to received them at the airport a move that has elicit a mix reactions among Kenyans some expressing their disappointment mostly through social media platform. The athletes team that represented the country during #Tokyo2020 Olympics are:
The squad which will represent Kenya in the 2021 Tokyo olympics is finally out after the athletes participated in the trials which ended today June 19 at Kasarani in Nairobi. The event which started on 17th this month saw a number of athletes secure a chance to represent Kenya in Tokyo.
Twenty seven year old Winny Chebet, from Kiptaragon village Emgwen Sub-county has caused a trend online after her results slip with a first class honour in Biochemistry went viral. Winny has been working very hard in all of her academic years hoping for a change in his humble background whith mandatory papers however, that remained a dream as she never got a chance for a white collar job forcing her to hustle in tea farms with due payment of 110 shillings daily. It has now been the third year hustling in tea
After being raised in family that struggled financially, Winny Chebet knew her only hope of changing her background was only through education. Photo courtesy She did bachelor of science in biochemistry in Karatina university and Excelled in first class honors degree. She has since be looking for a white collar job in vain till she gave up and decided to pluck tea. The education system in Kenya is thrash. It produces individuals who have the mentality of being employees and totally kills creative thinking. We
We all know that Education is the Key to success and most of us usually try our best to go and look for that Education, so that we can change the story of our life and background. But things are not easy up there, once you complete your university education, that is when you will begin to face the reality of life, you may pass very well in school, but the problem now becomes to change that knowledge into money, in short i mean to find a job. In Kenya for you to get a white color job you must have connection