Current, former leaders of KESSHA in Siaya honoured for their exemplary service

KESSHA Siaya chairperson George Onyango (left) presents a gift to former Ramba High School Principal George Okoyo. Photo: Fredrick Odiero

Current and former heads of Kenya Secondary School Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA) from Siaya County have been honoured for their exemplary services to the body.

Among those who were feted includes the current Siaya KESSHA chairperson George Onyango who is also the Principal of Ukwala Boys High School, former St Mary’s High School Yala Principal Bonaventure Olando who is currently the Principal of Obera Secondary School.

Others are former Ramba Boys High School Chief Principal George Okoyo, Grace Rapando and Grace Opondo who all at one time served in the KESSHA Siaya chapter who were also honoured during an Annual General Meeting in Kisumu.

Okoyo who is now a Canon within the Anglican Church in Rarieda asked working principals to save for their retirement.


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The Canon who is the Diocesan chief administrative secretary in Ramba said saving early before one retires is the best option.

KESSHA members in Siaya County follow proceedings. Photo: Fredrick Odiero

Tenwek Boys’ High Principal Mutali Chesebe advised principal to expose their teachers through workshops and seminars.

Chesebe also asked school heads to do things differently if they expect different results.

Earlier, Onyango told his members to exercise high levels of accountability because the buck stops at their doors at the end of the day.

Onyango also advised them to be good role models both to students and teachers.

By Fredrick Odiero

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