EDUCATION

Dr Mukhwana on the Spot as Students at his Sacred Training Institute Fail to Graduate Years Later

2 April 2021

Former students of sacred training institute have cried foul after failing to graduate years after clearing studies. The students allege that the Director Dr. Juma Mukhwana, who is also the CEO of KNQA, has been dodging them after collecting full school fees from them and promising a graduation at Moi university. One of the students, […]

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Kibabii University Holds 5th Graduation Ceremony in a Colourful Virtual Display

26 March 2021

It was pomp and colour at Kibabii University during the graduation ceremony despite thousands of students and parents being forced to follow the proceedings from home. The University, which was holding her 5th Graduation Ceremony since being established a decade ago, missed the physical presence of President Uhuru Kenyatta who had to address the nation […]

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Outcry as Cardinal Otunga Girls’ High School Bungoma Suspends 1,000 Students

5 February 2021

Cardinal Otunga Girls High School Bungoma has a total of 1,400 students including the spared 240 Form Fours who will remain in school during the suspension of their juniors.

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Kimilili MP Wants School Principals Punished for Unrests

28 January 2021

Kimilili MP Didmas Barasa (above) wants the Chesamis and the St. Lukes Kimili Boys administrators punished for the violent acts witnessed this week. Speaking to a local vernacular radio station, the Jubilee legislator faulted the heads for failing to curb the protests, saying they should be transferred to other schools. According to Mr. Barasa, the […]

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A wide view of the pupils at Bungoma D.E.B Primary School in Bungoma town and their Head-teacher Mr. Tobias Khisa (right). IMAGE CREDIT/BungomaOnline.co.ke

Second Week of Learning as Challenges Pile in Schools

13 January 2021

(A wide view of the pupils at Bungoma D.E.B Primary School in Bungoma town and their Head-teacher Mr. Tobias Khisa (right). IMAGE CREDIT/BungomaOnline.co.ke) Upon full face to face school learning reopening on last week on 4th January this year, schools are supposed to follow protocols stipulated by the Ministry of Health to prevent the spread […]

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Mt Elgon, Kimilili Scholarship Beneficiaries Undergo Mentorship Program

16 December 2020

About 300 students from 8 wards of Mt. Elgon and Kimilili sub counties, beneficiaries of Governor Wangamati’s Scholarship, are currently undergoing a mentorship programme at St. Lukes Kimilili Boys High School, Kimilili. With schools scheduled for opening in January 2021, The department of education seeks to enlighten the students on life skills, career choices, personal […]

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Video: Students of Oyugi Ogango Girls Break into Tears after Learning of their Principal’s Death

17 November 2020

Migori County has been one of the regions that has been hit hard by the covid-19 pandemic with at least two other senior tutors succumbing to the virus, according to local reports.

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Kibabii University: Re-opening Dates and Strict Requirements Announced

11 November 2020

No student will be allowed back to campus before signing a commitment to abide by the Health and Safety Rules

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Prof. Isaac Ipara Odeo (centre), with members of his family during the launch of his book, The Silent Footsteps, at Kibabii University on Thursday 8th October, 2020. PHOTO/SIMIYU WAKAJUANESS

Glamour as Kibabii University’s VC Prof Isaac Ipara Launches his Biography

8 October 2020

In the Silent Footsteps, Prof. Odeo talks about his journey in the education sector and other aspects of life.

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A wide view of the pupils at Bungoma D.E.B Primary School in Bungoma town and their Head-teacher Mr. Tobias Khisa (right). IMAGE CREDIT/BungomaOnline.co.ke

Kenya’s Most Populated School Bungoma D.E.B Calls For National Support Ahead of Re-Opening

25 September 2020

Bungoma D.E.B is the second most populated Primary school in the whole country after Olympic Primary School in Kibra Constituency, Nairobi.

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