Cohort three student profiles

The students from Egerton University

Duke Moseti Isanda

Duke Moseti Isanda is a student at Egerton University main campus Njoro. He was born in 1998 at Mwamanwa Sub-Location, Nyatieko location, Kisii County. He grew up in the village, joined Geturi Alliance for his primary education where he got 330/500 marks. He joined Nyatieko school where he got a B+ (67 points) in final examination. He later joined Egerton University in 2016 where he is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture with tuition fee support offered by RUFORUM through TAGDev Program at Egerton University raising his hope of completing his studies by May 2020.

Deborah Jepleting

Deborah Jepleting is a third-year student at Egerton University taking Bachelor of Science in Dairy Science and Technology in the Faculty of Agriculture. Before joining Egerton University, she had attended Ndalat Girls’ High School where she excelled very well. She started her primary education at Chemnoet Primary School in 2005 and completed in 2012. Deborah has a vision of becoming a successful well known dairy and food scientist. She has experienced financial challenges while pursuing her career but she is glad for the tuition fee support offered by TAGDev program,  that increases her hope of finishing her studies within the stipulated time.

Collins Ouma Onyango

Collins Ouma Onyango was born on May 27, 1999 in Kisumu County. He is fourth in a family of eight. He attended Shauriyako Nursery School in Kisumu East. Thereafter, in 2005 he joined Lake Primary School in Kisumu Central where he was an all-round outstanding pupil and actively participated in co-curricular activities like sports; handball and football, music festivals and drama. Being in a public school empowered him academically with high moral standards. After primary, he was honored to join Onjiko High School in 2013. He was a member of the student council as an assistant departmental captain. Later in 2014, students elected him as departmental captain.

Cherotich Faith

Cherotich Faith was born in Longisa Bomet County, Kenya as a second daughter in a family of five. She started schooling in the year 2004 at Lako Academy and sat for her final primary examination in 2012 here she scored 366 out of 500 marks. In 2013, she joined Chebonei Girls in Bomet County and scored a B in final examination in 2016. This earned her entry into Egerton University through the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement, to pursue Bachelor of Science in Dairy Technology and Management. She is now in her third year of study. She acknowledges RUFORUM through TAGDev program for support in tuition fee that has saved her from differing her studies. She dreams big and never gives up on achieving her goals.

Charity Chepkemei

Charity Chepkemei is a student at Egerton University. She is a Kenyan aged twenty one years. She studied at Eldoret and attended Wareng high school. She is currently a in her third year of study pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Wildlife Enterprise and Management at Egerton University. Charity has both parents alive but raised by a single mother. She has been undergoing financial challenges resulting in fee arrears but she is grateful to Egerton TAGDev program for reaching out to her with tuition fee support.  She enjoys cooking, reading Christian literature, listening to christian music and traveling.


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