Work hard for bright future, Baringo leaders ask students

Students follow proceedings during Bossei Day and Boarding Secondary School Annual General Meeting. Photo /Alfred kimosop

Central Bank Assistant Director Professor Moses Kiptui has asked students to fully focus on their education to realize good results.

Speaking during Bossei Day and Boarding Secondary School Annual General Meeting (AGM) the distinguished educationist noted that the future of learners entirely depends on their hard work.

He said education stakeholders and leaders should play an integral role in ensuring education in the area is supported.

While congratulating students for achieving an upward trajectory in the recent results, prof added that collective responsibility among locals is to put Bossei Day and Boarding Secondary to the league of top performing schools in the region.


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Kabartonjo Ward Member of County Assembly Mr Symon Kiplagat hailed tremendous effort put by parents to allow the school to achieve its intended purpose.

In his quest to uplift the dwindling education in the area, the ward representative told locals that he was committed in all undertakings geared to boost performance in the school.

Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Chairman Mr Sylas Ruto challenged the students to take on their education seriously citing their willingness and perseverance to succeed was vested on their hard work.

By Alfred Kimosop

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