Postgraduant Student profiles

Johnworker Toywa Mukhwami

John worker Toywa was born on 1st July the year 1989 in Lukhokho village, Lugari- Sub-County, Kakamega County, Kenya.  He joined Egerton University in 2010 to pursue Bachelor of Agribusiness Management and graduated in 2014 with a second honours class (upper division). In 2015, he got an opportunity to work with Chebwai Adventist College as a tutor.  However, his interest to pursue further education could not allow him to continue working.  In 2016, he resigned and joined Egerton University to pursue Master of Science in Agricultural and Applied Economics.

Emmaculate Kiptoo

Emmaculate Kiptoo was born in the year 1990 in Kong’asis Village, Kipsinende Sub-location, Ainabkoi Location, Uasin Gishu County, Kenya. In 1996, she started her early childhood education at Flax Primary School then moved to Kong’asis Primary School in the year 1998 and finally moved to Turesia Primary School in the year 2000 where she finished the remaining part of her primary school education in 2004. Thereafter, she joined Kapsabet Girls’ High School where she was committed to studying and worked very hard.

Eileen Inyanji Wanyonyi

Eileen Inyanji Wanyonyi is a Master’s student at Egerton University pursuing Master of Science in Agribusiness Management. She completed her coursework in August, 2018 and scored a cumulative weighted average of 71.00 points. Eileen is a qualified marketer and holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) degree from Egerton University, Kenya. She is also an upcoming young agribusiness professional following her studies in Agribusiness Management at Egerton University and participation in various agribusiness activities.

Koskey Chepngeno Christine

Koskey Chepngeno Christine is a Master’s student at Egerton University in Kenya, in the Faculty of Environment and Resources Development, department of Natural Resources. She is currently pursuing MSc degree in Natural Resource Management (Forestry option). From a young age, she was interested in nature conservation. Miss Koskey is therefore carrying out her research project which is dealing with “socio- economic impact of hyena predation on livestock around Lake Nakuru National Park and Soysambu Conservancy”.


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