Cohort three student profiles

The students from Egerton University

Kanario Millicent

Kanario Millicent was born on 30th September 1998 in Igembe North Constituency Meru County. She is the second born in a family of six. All her parents are alive and have no good source of income. At the age of five years she joined Kathanga Primary School where she did her primary school studies until class eight in 2011. While there she realized her capabilities and potential in academics’ and emerged the best student. She was to join a national school but couldn’t make it due to financial constraints. She finally ended up going to a nearby school Maua Girls Secondary School. While there she developed more passion for her studies.

Mourine Anyango Wesonga

Mourine Anyango Wesonga is a third-year student at Egerton University pursuing Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Education and Extension. She attained her primary education at Utende Primary and secondary education at Musada Secondary School. She is open minded and supportive to other people particularly those living with disability. Besides being obedient, she is also a good listener with proven ability to reflect on other people's ideas. 

Louisa Wambui Waithaka

Louisa Wambui Waithaka is twenty-two years old. She is the second born in a family of four children. She sat for her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination in Muthaiga Primary School, where she managed to get 395 out of 500 marks. She then joined Moi Girls’ Nairobi where she got an A minus in her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination. She joined Egerton University in 2016 to pursue Bachelor of Science in Food Science and Technology. The course is offered at the department of Dairy, Food Science and Technology Department, Faculty of Agriculture.

Kipkirui Ronoh Dennis

Kipkirui Ronoh Dennis was born in May 21st 1996 in a village called Sugutek, Ndanai/Abosi ward, Sotik sub-county, Bomet County. He hails from a humble family that mended him and taught him the importance of hardworking. He attended Sugutek Primary and completed his primary education at Someone Primary, Ndanai. Due to financial challenges, he joined Kaplong Boys High School although he had been selected to join Ololaiser High School. Later he transferred to a day school after staying at home for a whole term due to lack of school fees. After joining Kamureito he managed to be among the best students and was appointed the prefect in charge of library and languages.

Karai Elizabeth Wanjiru

Karai Elizabeth Wanjiru, is a third-year student at Egerton University Njoro pursuing Bachelor of Science in Soil Environment and Land Use Management in the faculty of Agriculture. She was born in a family of eleven children in a polygamous family. She schooled at Kinyona Primary School where she scored 324 marks in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education and later joined an extra county School in Murang'a where she scored B (plain) in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education. She has experienced a lot of financial challenges in her education and TAGDev Program has given her hope of completing her studies through tuition fee support. She is ambitious and hard-working individual with a great passion in agriculture.


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