Nakuru Mourns the Passing of Kabarak High School’s First Principal, Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto

Representing at the Burial of Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto

Nakuru County Deputy Governor H.E David Kones led a delegation from the county government to extend heartfelt condolences, on behalf of Governor Susan Kihika, to the family of the late Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto. The solemn occasion took place during the funeral service in Lengenet, Visoi Ward, Rongai Sub-county.

Deputy Governor Kones paid tribute to the late Kimetto, the inaugural principal of Kabarak High School, describing him as a dedicated and hardworking individual. He acknowledged Kimetto’s significant impact, especially in the field of education, and urged the family to preserve his legacy as a role model to many.

Burial of Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto
Burial of Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto

Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto served as the principal of Kabarak High School from 1979 to 1986. Under his visionary leadership, the school gained a reputation for academic excellence, evolving into one of the top educational institutions in the country. The funeral service was attended by numerous former students, including leaders and professors, who came to pay their respects and honor the contributions of the late principal.

Notable figures present at the funeral service included Cabinet Secretary for Co-operatives, Simon Chelugui, Women Representative Liza Chelule, Rongai MP Paul Chebor, County Assembly Majority Leader Alex Langat (Mosop), Helen Chemutai (Visoi), De Gaulle Naburuki (Soin), Political Advisor Joseph Kibore, and Gender Chief Officer Gladys Kamuren, among others.

The passing of Joseph Kipkorir Kimetto marks the end of an era for Kabarak High School, and Nakuru County mourns the loss of an educational pioneer whose legacy will undoubtedly endure in the hearts and minds of those he inspired.

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