Nakuru County Governor, H.E. Susan Kihika, fulfilled her pledge by providing jerseys and a scout uniform to students at Temoyetta Secondary School in Kuresoi North. This generous gesture was made in response to requests from students Dennis Kiplang’at and Brian Nyachae, both in Form One, during Governor Kihika’s previous visit to the area.
Deputy Governor H.E. David Kones, representing Governor Kihika, handed over the jerseys and the scout uniform to the students. He emphasized the Governor’s unwavering commitment to education and youth development. Mr. Kones encouraged the students to prioritize their education, especially as they prepare for upcoming national examinations. He also shared the significance of recognizing and appreciating teachers, drawing from his own experience as a teacher for 34 years.
The event was attended by various dignitaries, including Martin Gichinga from the Office of the Governor, Area MCA Wesley Langat, Temoyetta Secondary School Principal Francis Njuguna, dedicated teachers, enthusiastic students, and representatives from the county government. This act of generosity reflects Governor Kihika’s dedication to supporting education and empowering the youth in Nakuru County.