Kibabii University to Receive 150 Acres of Land from the County Government of Bungoma

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Kibabii University is set to receive 150 acres of land from the county government of Bungoma, Governor Wycliffe Wangamati has announced.

Speaking at the university’s Third Graduation Ceremony at Kibabii, Governor Waangamati revealed that his government will allocate 150 acres of land at Sang’alo in a move aimed at expanding the fast-growing institution.

“As we congratulate Kibabii University for this tremendous efforts, I also want to add that my government is going to give this university 150 acres of land at Sang’alo in order to expand the institution,” said the first time governor who has been without Chief Officers for more than a year.

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Part of Governor Wycliffe Wangamati’s manifesto was to improve the standards of education in Bungoma county and he has already done that by giving hundreds of scholarships to needy and bright students across the country’s third-largest County as well as motivating the ECD teachers by doubling their monthly salary.

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Kibabii University is the only university with a main campus within Bungoma County and has has over four thousand students taking various courses.

Close to two thousand students graduated today in a ceremony presided over by Education Cabinet Secretary Ambassador Dr. Amina Mohamed.

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Dr Amina was representing president Uhuru Kenyatta who was away on other responsibilities.

 

 

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