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Cultural Week kicks-off in Style

This year’s long awaited Cultural Week kicked off on Tuesday November 13, 2018 with pomp and colour as students drawn from communities across Kenya thronged the Students’ Centre to showcase their cultural diversity. 
Before the start of the event, there was a procession by the various cultural troupes from the ICDC Building to the Student’s Centre. 
The ecstatic students were proud to be identified with their heritage as they sang and danced to their folk songs.

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The event started on a high note with a Tiriki folk song and dance, thrilling students from the Luhya community who were on their feet throughout the performance, itching to join in the throbbing Isukuti drum rhythm and the scintillating patterned song.
Then followed performance by students from the Pokot community, whose warrior-like dancing antics mesmerized the audience. 
Students from the Iteso community in Busia County showcased a folk dance usually performed during marriage ceremonies. The shrilling ululations accompanying the drum beats and song were a real spectacle. 
Then came in the Gabra cultural dance that comprised rare strokes and dancing formation patterns, leaving the audience in awe.
The rigorous dance performed by the Students from the Kamba community wowed the audience. Its climax came during the pairing of the dancers into a dancing couple, with the rare wriggling movements of the waits. This threw the audience into a thunderous frenzy of applause.
The Abagusi folk song and Meru cultural dance were items to marvel at too as they kept the audience lively. 
Then came in the mother of all performances to sum up the day. The sons and daughters from the Lakeside swamped the stage with the Luo traditional dance. The cleverly calculated swaying of the ladies’ waits as the soloist belted out the tantalizing songs kept everyone yearning for more. Their colleagues in the audience could not hold their horses as the dancing and singing turned so infectious that they jumped into fray, showering the stage with all tribes of Kenyan Shilling denominations. The stage was jammed to the brim and as if that was not good enough, the DJ threw the spanner into works with the Ohangla song by Onyi Papa Jay. It was a moment to marvel at the rare dance strokes from the Lakeside.
The one-week fete running from November 13 to 16, 2018 has been organized by the Office of the Dean of Students in conjunction with the Moi University Students’ Organisation (MUSO).
The theme for the event is, “Showcasing Cultural Diversity through Creativity.”  Taking into consideration that culture is one of the social dynamics that promotes national cohesion, the exchanges and traditional exhibitions during the event serve as a platform to achieve and promote national unity. 
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The Cultural Week’s official opening was graced by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Academics, Research and Extension, Prof. Isaac Kimengi and Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Student Affairs, Prof. Nathan Ogechi, on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Isaac Kosgey.
Prof Ogechi said The Mackay Report that vouched for establishment of Moi University in 1984, not only did it recommend for the establishment of the Second University in Kenya, but also the creation of the School of Social and Cultural Studies. The report highlighted the need for establishing a University with a culture as lack of it would render the University useless, since everything in science and technology has social and cultural aspects. 
Prof. Ogechi further gave a detailed plan how the University envisions to incorporate cultural diversity including having a grand Cultural Week, establishing a Museum and setting up a Cultural Village. 
The DVC noted that the University has been honoured to host the Kenya National Music Festival in 2019. He also remarked that the University Management is committed to enhancing sports both locally and internationally and noted that there is work in progress to mount a degree programme in Sports Medicine at the School of Medicine. He said sports is part of culture especially in the Rift Valley region where the University is located, which is a stronghold of athletes. 
He asked the event organizers to prepare adequately for the Kenya National Music Festivals next year.  
Prof. Kimengi stated the importance of culture and learning, noting that behaviour is part of culture. He said for the University and society to develop, there is need to embrace the culture of forgiveness and tolerance. Prof. Kimengi reiterated the need to adopt positive elements of culture so that the University can evolve into a new culture that will make it great. He noted that our diversity is our strength.
The Cultural Week is an important event in the University’s Calendar since it preaches unity and appreciates that there exists diversity in culture among the students of Moi University. 
The University draws students from various cultural backgrounds – both locally and internationally – and this event aims at enhancing and appreciating the growth in diversity and versatility since the Institution’s genesis in 1984. 
The event entails performances from the different cultures and communities represented among the students. Through dance, songs, art, plays, just to mention but a few, students are given the chance to express themselves and help others understand their cultural diversities. 
This also includes the international culture, that is, Sudanese, Somali and Chinese. These performances will not be in vain as there will be competitions whereby the winning teams will be awarded. 
The event further creates a favourable platform for students to showcase their different cuisines. The indisputable truth is that every culture has their particular meal which in most cases holds deeper meaning to its people. Cultural Week therefore gives the students this chance to experience and understand the diverse cuisines from the various cultures. 
In the course of the fete, there will be also a talent show whereby different talents will be showcased. This runs from dance, skits, songs, comedy, craft and many more. This will enable students express their talents and gifts which make a great part of their being and personalities. 
The climax of the concert will be on Friday November 16 where there will be a gala night organized by MUSO. This will entail performances by the winners of the various competitions and entertainment from other students as well.  To top it all, there will be crowning of Mr. and Miss Cultural Week 2018/19, who will wholesomely represent Moi University’s cultural diversity. Special shout out goes to the MUSO student leaders for actively engaging students in activities within the Institution – Brigid, Ondari, Ronny, Karakacha, Glory –  just to mention a few.
In a nutshell, Cultural Week 2018 is meant to build a harmonious spirit among Moi university students as they get to deeply understand each other’s culture and background. Culture plays a big role in molding individuals and getting to understand this helps us appreciate one another even in our diversities.

School Of Education Graduands List December, 2018

Take note that apart from the postgraduate graduands, the entire list is organized according to classifications and the alphabetical order of names under each classification.

SUMMARY OF POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA CLASSIFICATIONS

       
PROGRAMME CREDIT PASS TOTAL
Postgraduate Diploma in Education 11 3 14

SUMMARY OF DEGREE CLASSIFICATIONS

PROGRAMME

FIRST CLASS

HONOURS

SECOND CLASS HONOURS UPPER DIVISION SECOND CLASS HONOURS LOWER DIVISION TOTAL
Bachelor of Education (Arts) 3 513 261 777
Bachelor of Education (Primary) 1 63 9 73
Bachelor of Education (ECDE)   21 3 24
Bachelor of Education (Business Studies)   119 62 181
Bachelor of Education (Guidance and Counselling)   28 19 47
Bachelor of   Education (Science) 1 184 56 241
Bachelor of   Education in Technology Education and Computing (Mechanical)   9 4 13
Bachelor of   Education in Technology Education and Computing (Building and civil Technology)   14 1 15
Bachelor of   Education in Technology Education and Computing (Electrical and Electronic Technology)   17 2 19
Bachelor of   Education in Technology Education and Computing (Automotive Technology)   2 1 3
Bachelor of   Education in Technology Education (Computer Technology)   1 0 1
Bachelor of   Education in Technology Education (Mechanical Technology )   0 1 1
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Arts(Hearing Impairment)   9 5 14
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Science(Hearing Impairment)   20 3 23
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Arts(Emotional and Behavioral Disorders)   6 2 8
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Science(Emotional and Behavioral Disorders)   3 2 5
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Arts(Visual Impairments)   4 5 9
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Science (Visual Impairments)   6 4 10
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Secondary Science (Gifted and talented)   1 0 1
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Primary (Hearing Impairment)   1 0 1
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Primary (Emotional and Behavioral Disorders)   3 1 4
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Primary (Visual Impairment)   2 0 2
Bachelor of Education in Special Needs Education, Primary (Deaf Blind)   7 2 9
TOTAL 5 1033 443 1,481

SUMMARY OF DIPLOMA CLASSIFICATIONS

       
PROGRAMME DISTINCTION CREDIT TOTAL
Diploma in Education (Arts) 2 64 66
Diploma in Education (Early Childhood and Primary Education) 1 23 24
TOTAL 3 87 90

POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION

The following FOURTEEN (14) candidates SATISFIED the Board of Examiners in the School of Education for the award of Post Graduate Diploma in Education.

CREDIT

  1. EDU/PGDE/1022/16
CHEPKEMEI, Leiticia      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1015/16
ISAAC, Kipchirchir BIRGEN      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1014/16
JEROP, Kaiyoni Brenda      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1023/16
KILAGET, James      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1013/16
KIPLANGAT, Chepkoech Linet      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1027/16
KIPSANG, Bonface K      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1017/16
KOSGEI, Vivian      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1024/16
LUNYOLO, Wabuke Eliabeth      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1021/16
MOUREEN, Joselyn      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1011/16
NJOKI, Ndwiga      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1026/16
WAFULA, Erick J      
         

PASS

  1. EDU/PGDE/1020/16

BOERA, Onchwari Denis

     
  1. EDU/PGDE/1018/16
JEPKEMBOI, Cecilia      
  1. EDU/PGDE/1005/16
SIMIYU, Juma Edwin      

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (ARTS)

The following SEVEN HUNDRED AND SEVENTY EIGHT (778) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (ARTS).

FIRST CLASS HONOURS

1 C/ED/295/13 DANIEL, Musyoka Mutiso
2 ED/192/15 KIMATHI, Stephen
3 C/ED/205/13 KIRUI, Kibet Alex

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. ED/740/14
ABDUB, Mamo Bora
  1. C/ED/22/13
ABUYA, O Danvas
  1. ED/03/14
ACHOLA, Newton Eli
  1. ED/9021/14
ADHIAMBO, Grace Juma
  1. ED/105/14
ADHIAMBO, Josphine Otieno
  1. ED/108/14
ADHIAMBO, Juma Phoebe
  1. C/ED/58/13
ADHIAMBO, Linet Nyariga
  1. ED/07/14
ADONGO, Eunice
  1. ED/08/14
ADONIJA, Irene
  1. ED/729/14
AGOGA, Selina Kemunto
  1. ED/09/14
AJAH, Eric
  1. ED/08/13
AKINYI, Margaret Abok
  1. ED/2008/11
AKINYI, O. Winny
  1. ED/12/14
AKOTH, Cynthia Ochieng
  1. ED/725/14
ALUSA, Lynda Aligula
  1. ED/22/15
AMALEMBA, L Janepher
  1. ED/24/15
AMARA, Janet Akinyi
  1. ED/707/14
AMIMO, Lilian
  1. ED/17/14
AMISI, Edwin
  1. C/ED/149/13
ANYANGO, Quinter Olwe
  1. ED/21/14
ANYONGO, Lorna
  1. ED/1364/14
APONDI, Seline Keyah
  1. ED/23/14
ASEWE, Sylvia Pauline
  1. C/ED/220/13
ASUMA, K Olpha
  1. ED/708/14
ATIENO, Agnes
  1. ED/29/14
ATIENO, Linda Owuo
  1. ED/26/14
ATIENO, Nifrey
  1. ED/27/14
ATIENO, Omondi
  1. ED/38/15
ATUKI, O. Valentine
  1. ED/33/14
AVUTAGA, Brian
  1. ED/34/14
AWINO, Jackton Otieno
  1. C/ED/1002/13
AWINO, Samwel Odongo
  1. ED/35/14
AWUOR, Jael Msenda
  1. ED/731/14
BARNO, Joan
  1. ED/1186/13
BAYE, Shahib
  1. ED/1369/14
BEATRICE, Chengetich
  1. ED/30/13
BETTY, Waithira Wanja
  1. ED/1081/13
BEVARLYNE, Chelangat
  1. ED/44/14
BISAMBEBA, Joseph Abunda
  1. ED/3004/15
BOSIRE, J. Nyaanga
  1. ED/1063/15
CHAMA, Sudi Celestine
  1. ED/50/14
CHEBET, Judith
  1. ED/51/14
CHEBET, PuritY
  1. ED/52/14
CHEBET, Sharon
  1. ED/53/14
CHEBET, Stella
  1. ED/64/15
CHEBON, J. Lydia
  1. ED/54/14
CHEGE, Wanjiru Margaret
  1. ED/2003/15
CHEGE,, Moses Kioi
  1. ED/1014/13
CHELANGAT, Kodeta Yvonne
  1. ED/4002/13
CHELANGAT, Viola
  1. ED/30/11
CHELIMO, K Shadrack
  1. ED/590/14
CHELOTI, Wanjala Evanson
  1. ED/59/14
CHEMELI, Janeth
  1. ED/1378/14
CHEMOIYWO, B Stephen
  1. ED/4019/13
CHEMUTAI, Chumo
  1. ED/648/14
CHEMUTAI, Ciffy
  1. ED/60/14
CHEMUTAI, Towett Joyce
  1. C/ED/122/13
CHEPCHIRCHIR, Mercy
  1. ED/699/14
CHEPKIRUI, Fancy
  1. ED/4041/13
CHEPKOECH, Diana
  1. ED/1196/14
CHEPKOECH, Feinun
  1. ED/52/13
CHEPKOECH, Janet
  1. ED/65/14
CHEPKOECH, Jescar Koech
  1. ED/4028/14
CHEPKORIR, Daisy
  1. ED/1134/15
CHEPKORIR, Sharon
  1. ED/53/13
CHEPKWONY, Cheboriot Ridah
  1. ED/4015/14
CHEPNGENO, Bii Carren
  1. ED/1124/14
CHEPNGENO, Cynthia
  1. ED/1192/12
CHEPNGETICH, T. Elizebah
  1. ED/717/14
CHERONO , Laureen
  1. ED/66/14
CHERONO, Monicah
  1. C/ED/226/13
CHEROTICH, Evaline
  1. ED/67/14
CHEROTICH, Faith
  1. ED/4027/13
CHEROTICH, Martha
  1. ED/68/14
CHERUIYOT, Abel
  1. ED/4051/11
CHERUIYOT, Mutai
  1. ED/69/14
CHERUIYOT, Victor
  1. ED/2029/14
CHERUTO, Hellen
  1. ED/70/14
CHIRCHIR, Robert Kiprono
  1. C/ED/259/13
CHOKERA, J Koome
  1. ED/71/14
CHUMBA, Allan
  1. ED/74/14
DAVID, Makambi Dominic
  1. ED/7010/10
EDWINA, Akinyi
  1. ED/77/14
ELIJAH, Okello Omollo
  1. ED/1306/14
ELIME, Fridah
  1. ED/1155/15
EMOJONG, James Omasete
  1. ED/74/12
ESINYEN, Elailo Bondickson
  1. C/ED/247/13
FWARO, Erick Wekesa
  1. ED/633/14
GACHIE, Gerald Gitau
  1. ED/82/14
GATHUO, Loise Wairimu
  1. ED/634/14
GATONGU, Simon Muriuki
  1. ED/84/14
GESARE, Sophia Nyakeri
  1. ED/85/14
GICHANA, Omingo Geoffrey
  1. ED/86/14
GICHINGA, Samuel Kibutha
  1. ED/724/14
GIKURU, Samuel Macharia
  1. ED/89/14
GITAU, Martin Munyua
  1. ED/90/14
GITHAIGA, Wairimu Irene
  1. ED/1079/15
GITIMU, N. Charles
  1. C/ED/166/13
GITONGA, Fredrick Nyaga
  1. ED/61/14
GLORIOUS, Chepchirchir
  1. ED/3006/15
GOLOMBO, Wario Diramu
  1. C/ED/312/13
HUSSEIN, Aden Mohamed
  1. ED/689/14
IKASILONI, E. Petronila
  1. ED/1363/14
IMBILA, Samson
  1. ED/584/15
INGANGA, Wanga Hamisi
  1. ED/96/14
IRERI, Loise Mwende
  1. C/ED/184/13
ISAAC, John Ngugi
  1. C/ED/209/13
JACOB, Kimuyu
  1. ED/1143/15
JAMES, Bendict
  1. C/ED/298/13
JELAGAT, Pamela
  1. ED/1308/15
JELAGAT, Rael
  1. ED/818/13
JEPKIRUI, Danielah
  1. ED/103/14
JEPKORIR, Basemath
  1. ED/1021/15
JEPLETING, Stellah
  1. C/ED/268/13
JEPTUM, Irine
  1. ED/1025/15
JERUTO, Ruth
  1. C/ED/162/13
JOMO, K Samuel
  1. ED/107/14
JUMA, A Namalwa
  1. ED/678/14
JUMA, B David
  1. ED/137/15
JUMA, M. Fred
  1. ED/98/13
JUMA, Vider Apondi
  1. ED/110/14
KAARI, Charity
  1. ED/111/14
KABERIA, Gakii Nancy
  1. ED/114/14
KABOCHA, Naomi Nyambura
  1. ED/116/14
KAFWA, Dennis
  1. ED/9004/11
KAIGAI, Paul Muira
  1. ED/147/15
KAINO, K Evans
  1. ED/2015/14
KALAMA, M. Mercy
  1. C/ED/67/13
KAMANDE, Beatrice Karekye
  1. ED/122/14
KAMAU, Salome Wanjeri
  1. ED/124/14
KANANA, G. Pamela
  1. ED/705/14
KANGOGO, Wilfred
  1. ED/108/13
KANGWANA LEWIS , Kobia
  1. C/ED/116/13
KARANJA, Johnson Mbugua
  1. ED/156/15
KARITONDO, Alex
  1. ED/127/14
KARUTI, Kaberia
  1. C/ED/243/13
KASUM, Erick Rajab
  1. ED/721/14
KAUNGU, Peter Rwanda
  1. C/ED/163/13
KAWEMBE, Esther
  1. C/ED/118/13
KAWIRA, Irene Francis
  1. ED/135/14
KAWIRA, Purity
  1. C/ED/284/13
KAZUNGU, Nzaphila
  1. ED/136/14
KEANGO, Ntabo Vincent
  1. ED/1454/14
KEINO, Kiprotich Ezekiel
  1. ED/1219/14
KEIWUA, Mutaka Alfred
  1. ED/141/14
KEMBOI, Kimurgor Elisha
  1. ED/145/14
KENYANSA, Kwamboka Peris
  1. ED/147/14
KERUBO, Omosa Diphinah
  1. ED/124/13
KHARIMI, Harriet Abong'o
  1. ED/2058/13
KHASIRO, C. Stellah
  1. C/ED/68/13
KHAVAKALI, A Sylvia
  1. ED/1167/15
KHAVERE, Ivy Thelma
  1. ED/156/14
KIBIRA, Lucy W.
  1. ED/158/14
KIBUNDU, N. Naomi
  1. C/ED/231/13
KIGASHA, Sheillah
  1. ED/747/14
KILESI, Kelemet Duncan
  1. ED/161/14
KILONZO, Musyoki
  1. ED/190/15
KIMAIYO,, G. Kibet
  1. C/ED/249/13
KIMATHI, Jacob
  1. ED/165/14
KIMELI, Sammy
  1. ED/167/14
KIMEU, Shadrack Mule
  1. ED/1312/15
KIMIBEG, Kipchumba
  1. ED/168/14
KIMOLE, Charity M
  1. ED/80/14
KIMOTHO, Ester Wakini
  1. ED/138/13
KIMULI, Beatrice Muthike
  1. ED/171/14
KIMWETICH, Ruth
  1. ED/2046/14
KING'ORI, E. Geofrey
  1. ED/173/14
KINYUA, Fridah Njeri
  1. ED/175/14
KIOI, Bernard Kariuki
  1. ED/4016/14
KIPCHIRCHIR , Nicodemus
  1. ED/1175/15
KIPCHUMBA, Walter Siwa
  1. ED/1382/14
KIPKAZI, Jelimo
  1. ED/180/14
KIPKEMOI, Evans Mutai
  1. ED/1010/14
KIPKORIO, Jemutai Faith
  1. ED/181/14
KIPKOSGEI, Felix
  1. ED/1020/15
KIPLAGAT, C Jepkorir
  1. ED/184/14
KIPNGETICH, Dominic Kirui
  1. C/ED/33/13
KIPROB, Clement
  1. ED/186/14
KIPRONO, Haron
  1. ED/1303/15
KIPROP, Kennedy
  1. ED/1114/14
KIPROTICH, Janet Jeptoo
  1. C/ED/302/13
KIPROTICH, L. Chepkorir
  1. ED/189/14
KIPRUTO, Meshack
  1. ED/1206/15
KIPSAT, Nelly Jesire
  1. ED/1596/14
KIPSISIN, Christopher
  1. ED/190/14
KIPTONJE, Titus
  1. ED/1177/14
KIPTUM, K. Noel
  1. ED/195/14
KIRIA, Mwenda Abraham
  1. ED/1588/14
KIROP, Chepkoech Winnie
  1. C/ED/05/13
KIRUI, Denis
  1. C/ED/182/13
KIRUNGU, Elosy Karimi
  1. ED/1119/15
KISIANG'ANI, N. Gloria
  1. ED/733/14
KISOI, Mutua
  1. ED/620/14
KITUM, Stephen
  1. ED/202/14
KIVAYA, Wilson Musyoki
  1. C/ED/113/13
KOBIA, J. Nkunja
  1. ED/207/14
KONDI, Nzambuli
  1. ED/208/14
KORIR, Jelimo Dorcas
  1. ED/2070/13
KORIR, Mercy Jeptoo
  1. ED/646/14
KORIR, Silvano
  1. ED/1243/15
KOSGEI, Naomi Chemeli
  1. ED/1531/14
KOSGEI, Patrobah
  1. ED/209/14
KOSGEI, Sheilah
  1. ED/10/13
KROP, Gideon Amoit
  1. ED/694/14
KUBAI, K. Maureen
  1. C/ED/76/13
KUBUYO, K Alice
  1. ED/1390/14
KULUNDU, Jacob
  1. ED/9014/14
KUNGU , Terry Wangari
  1. ED/246/14
KUNG'U, Mary Njeri
  1. ED/210/14
KUTO, Chepkemei Ruth
  1. ED/212/14
LEMARAMBA, A. Pauline
  1. C/ED/1003/13
LEWIN, P. Mwayuli
  1. ED/1271/15
LIMO, Miriam
  1. ED/2047/13
LOKIRU, E. John
  1. ED/1437/14
LOKWANAMOI, Pauline
  1. ED/2045/11
LOMERI, Sammy
  1. ED/752/14
LONGORI, K. Julius
  1. ED/217/14
LOREMA, C Doreen
  1. ED/1319/14
LOSAM, Priscillah
  1. ED/1211/15
MABORI, N Doreen
  1. C/ED/293/13
MACHARIA, Elishipha Wangari
  1. ED/222/14
MACHARIA, James
  1. ED/223/14
MACHOKA, Raro Nelson
  1. ED/224/14
MACHUKI, Wright James
  1. ED/225/14
MACHUMA, Mary
  1. ED/640/14
MAGABI, Daniel Okiro
  1. C/ED/294/13
MAHMUD, Adow Abamala
  1. ED/273/15
MAINA, Juliet Wambui
  1. ED/667/14
MAINA, K Richard
  1. ED/732/13
MAINA, Peter Muciri
  1. ED/231/14
MAINGI, Wanjiru Josephine
  1. ED/232/14
MAIYO, Ezekiel Kipkoech
  1. C/ED/219/13
MAKOKHA, N. Codullah
  1. ED/235/14
MAKOKHA, Philip
  1. ED/236/14
MAKOKHA, Roselyne
  1. ED/237/14
MALAKWEN, Stephen
  1. ED/2074/13
MANDELA, Miriam Koreeny
  1. C/ED/254/13
MANFORD, Omwoyo Obai
  1. ED/635/14
MANG'OLI, Nicholas
  1. ED/240/14
MANG'ONG'O, Pius
  1. ED/1126/14
MANONO, Nyakundi Douglas
  1. C/ED/119/13
MARITIM, C Sheilah
  1. ED/244/14
MARUBE, Kefa
  1. ED/729/13
MASABA, Mark Muliro
  1. ED/250/14
MASUNGO, Martin
  1. C/ED/186/13
MATHEKA, Emmaculate Nduku
  1. ED/644/14
MATOKE, Geoffrey Ondieki
  1. C/ED/307/13
MAURINE, Onjuma
  1. C/ED/308/13
MBATHA, N. Mutuku
  1. ED/299/15
MBAYI, M Emily
  1. ED/300/15
MBITHE, Stanley Musili
  1. ED/303/15
MBOTI, Michael Munyao
  1. C/ED/25/13
MBOYA, Kioko
  1. ED/743/14
MBUTHI, Patrick Muli
  1. ED/262/14
MERENGO, John Noah
  1. ED/1561/14
MESIAKI, Lenkai
  1. ED/263/14
MGANGA, Peter
  1. ED/265/14
MICHIRA, C Dellis
  1. ED/266/14
MIGALITSI, Michele
  1. ED/267/14
MILIMO, Lukas
  1. ED/268/14
MILIMU, Ang'ailwa
  1. ED/1030/15
MISOGA, Hellen Mideri
  1. ED/271/14
MMASI, B. Kelvin
  1. ED/273/14
MOGAKA, K Lineth
  1. ED/274/14
MOGAKA, N Josephat
  1. C/ED/175/13
MOGIRE, O Simon
  1. ED/234/13
MOKAYA, Clivance Machuki
  1. ED/275/14
MOKUA, Edwin Miroro
  1. ED/276/14
MOMANYI, Mogire Joseph
  1. ED/1005/05
MOMANYI, Lilian
  1. ED/277/14
MONGARE, Gilday
  1. C/ED/131/13
MORANGA, Magembe Ronald
  1. ED/278/14
MORANGA, Wycliff
  1. ED/279/14
MORU, Josphat Nyang'aten
  1. ED/701/14
MOSOMI, Biyaki Phoebe
  1. ED/281/14
MOSOMI, Okora Haron
  1. ED/1164/15
MOTARI, Gift Nyarangi
  1. ED/282/14
MSHILA, Irene
  1. ED/285/14
MUCHENJE, Moses
  1. C/ED/107/13
MUENDO, R. Mwongeli
  1. ED/290/14
MUGAMBI, Kelvin Murangiri
  1. ED/292/14
MUHANDIA, M Milcent
  1. ED/295/14
MUKAH, M Matthew
  1. ED/297/14
MUKASA, Michell
  1. ED/9013/14
MUKIRA , Said Abubakar
  1. ED/1264/15
MUKULO, Sharleen Zipporah
  1. ED/1013/14
MULAMBALA, Kevin
  1. ED/298/14
MULANDI, Damaris
  1. C/ED/97/13
MULI, Ann Wavinya
  1. ED/822/13
MULI, Cornelius Kimanga
  1. ED/299/14
MULI, Nafftall Kilonzo
  1. ED/2030/10
MULUNDA, G Kimai
  1. C/ED/78/13
MULUNDA, R Mmochi
  1. ED/300/14
MULWO, Jepkosgei Susan
  1. ED/302/14
MUMINA, Kavuo
  1. ED/1129/15
MUNAYI, Malcolm
  1. ED/681/14
MUNENE, Victor Mwaniki
  1. C/ED/125/13
MUNUVE, Muimi Simeon
  1. ED/265/13
MUNYINYI, Judy Wanjiru
  1. ED/306/14
MURIITHI, Kennedy Macharia
  1. ED/348/15
MURIKI, Martin
  1. ED/309/14
MURITHI, Martin Mawira
  1. C/ED/173/13
MUSANGA, M Dorcas
  1. ED/312/14
MUSANGA, Maxwell Lusiola
  1. C/ED/13/13
MUSAU, Mbithe
  1. ED/1215/15
MUSOGA, W. Brian
  1. ED/1324/14
MUSONYE, Mike
  1. C/ED/100/13
MUSYOKA, D Mulelya
  1. C/ED/200/13
MUSYOKA, K Abigail
  1. ED/315/14
MUSYOKA, Stephen Kimenye
  1. C/ED/303/13
MUSYOKA, W. Annah
  1. ED/672/14
MUTAMBI, Eugine Chahonyo
  1. ED/318/14
MUTAMBI, Kepha
  1. C/ED/221/13
MUTEGI, M Anderson
  1. ED/281/13
MUTEMBEI, Franlin Kirimi
  1. ED/693/14
MUTETI, Damaris Mutheu
  1. C/ED/39/13
MUTHANGYA, Joel Mbosyo
  1. ED/595/13
MUTHOI, Kirimi
  1. ED/321/14
MUTHONI, Mercy Wairimu
  1. ED/324/14
MUTIE, Mandela
  1. ED/1322/15
MUTISO, Agnes Mumbua
  1. C/ED/142/13
MUTISYA, Kavindu Catherine
  1. C/ED/215/13
MUTUA, Alfred Kithu
  1. ED/359/15
MUTUA, Catherine Kavata
  1. ED/326/14
MUTUA, Kamene
  1. ED/659/14
MUTUNGA, Martin Kyalo
  1. ED/327/14
MUTUNGI, Mueni
  1. ED/330/14
MWAKARIBU, M Chinyavu
  1. ED/333/14
MWANGALE, N Monicah
  1. ED/697/14
MWANGANGI, Celestine
  1. ED/335/14
MWANGI, Jessee Khomo
  1. ED/336/14
MWANGI, Muthee
  1. C/ED/27/13
MWANZIA, Muthini
  1. ED/339/14
MWANZUI, Zipporah Mwelu
  1. ED/340/14
MWATATI, Christine
  1. ED/341/14
MWAURA, Nduati Laban
  1. ED/343/14
MWENDA, Kenneth
  1. C/ED/218/13
MWENDWA, Peninah
  1. ED/373/15
MWICWIRI, John
   
  1. C/ED/237/13
MWONGERA, Amos Kobia
  1. ED/347/14
NAITA, Dorcas Muthee
  1. ED/2079/14
NALIANYA , Berita Namikoye
  1. ED/381/15
NALONDO, Brenda Khisa
  1. ED/348/14
NAMACHANJA, Wycliffe
  1. C/ED/212/13
NAMWOLO, N Melinda
  1. ED/9006/14
NASIMIYU, Deborah
  1. ED/318/13
NCHAGWA, Daniel Mwita
  1. ED/4008/11
NDAGWA, Fredrick
  1. ED/351/14
NDALU, Dennis
  1. ED/322/13
NDIRITU, Ruth Wanjiru
  1. ED/1085/13
NDUNDA, James Mwinzi
  1. ED/1274/15
NEMASHO, Immaculate
  1. ED/358/14
NERIMA, Lisa Topister
  1. C/ED/206/13
NGAI, R Muthoni
  1. ED/359/14
NG'ANG'A, Chege David
  1. C/ED/14/13
NGESA, Omondi Mark
  1. ED/361/14
NGETICH, Kipkoech Edimon
  1. C/ED/230/13
NG'ETICH, Noah
  1. ED/365/14
NGUI, Simon Musau
  1. ED/366/14
NGUMBI, Faith
  1. C/ED/59/13
NICHOLUS, Odhiambo
  1. ED/649/15
NJERI, Agnes Wacuka
  1. ED/368/14
NJERU, Caroline Karimi
  1. ED/407/15
NJOKI, Carris Muthoni
  1. C/ED/271/13
NJOROGE, Njung'e Simon
  1. ED/376/14
NJUNGE, Miriam Gathoni
  1. ED/377/14
NJUNGE, Simon Kimani
  1. ED/382/14
NYABUTO, Mesa Zyrus
  1. ED/383/14
NYABUTO, Nyareru Caleb
  1. ED/384/14
NYACHAE, Ogeto Peter
  1. ED/385/14
NYACHIEO, Robert Omambia
  1. ED/669/14
NYAGA, Kelvin Brian Mugambi
  1. C/ED/161/13
NYAGA, P Wawira
  1. ED/386/14
NYAKUNDI, Angeline Nyaboke
  1. ED/387/14
NYAKUNDI, Timothy Aming'a
  1. ED/389/14
NYAMAO, Francis Sagini
  1. ED/393/14
NYANDIKO, Albert Ochieng
  1. ED/395/14
NYANGARESI, Vincent Nyang'au
  1. ED/396/14
NYANGASI, Esther
  1. ED/397/14
NYANGAU, Dorcah
  1. ED/400/14
NYANG'AU, Nyabuto Erick
  1. C/ED/52/13
NYASIMBA, M Rajab
  1. ED/402/14
NYONGESA, Benjamin
  1. ED/404/14
OBADIAH, Nyakwara Orangi
  1. ED/405/14
OBAGA, A Kerote
  1. ED/406/14
OBARA, Moruri Hyline
  1. C/ED/300/13
OBED, Masagege
  1. ED/407/14
OBUNGA, Ochieng Abraham
  1. ED/411/14
OCHIENG, Rachel Aoko
  1. ED/414/14
OCHOLA, Omondi Duncan
  1. ED/417/14
ODERA, Clinton Oyim
  1. ED/419/14
ODHIAMBO, Calvince
  1. ED/423/14
ODHIAMBO, Mackvince
  1. ED/424/14
ODHIAMBO, Maurice
  1. ED/426/14
ODHIAMBO, Rodgers
  1. C/ED/234/13
ODUOR, Ochieng' Lawren
  1. ED/664/14
ODUOR, Owuor Raphael
  1. ED/433/14
OGACHI, Onwong'a
  1. ED/440/14
OGUTU, George Kasera
  1. ED/462/15
OKARO , M Benson
  1. C/ED/165/13
OKECH, D Adhiambo
  1. C/ED/258/13
OKEYO, Evans
  1. ED/451/14
OKEYO, Vincent Odhiambo
  1. ED/1376/14
OKOCHIL, Brian
  1. C/ED/101/13
OKOMBA, N Pallet
  1. ED/466/15
OKUMU, Lesley Magare
  1. ED/457/14
OKWIRI, Maxwell
  1. ED/458/14
OLOO, Oduor Victor
  1. ED/460/14
OLUGA, Winnie Adhiambo
  1. C/ED/75/13
OMABENE, M Beatrice
  1. ED/465/14
OMARE, Moenga Paul
  1. ED/737/14
OMBASA, Biyaki Lydiah
  1. ED/470/14
OMOKE, Moraa Cecilia
  1. ED/676/14
OMONDI, Clinton
  1. ED/471/14
OMONDI, Kevin Rayo
  1. ED/473/14
OMONDI, Ohana Stephen
  1. ED/520/15
OMONDI, Vincent Ouma
  1. ED/621/10
OMONYI, Evans Ang'asa
  1. C/ED/235/13
OMOSA, Joseph Cyrus
  1. C/ED/153/13
OMOYO, Bochaberi Janet
  1. ED/478/14
OMWERI, Dolphine
  1. ED/399/13
OMWORO, Daniel
  1. ED/482/14
ONDIEKI, Nyang'au Justine
  1. ED/488/14
ONUNGA, Denis
  1. C/ED/151/13
ONYANGO, Achieng' Daisey
  1. ED/491/14
ONYANGO, Goffrey
  1. ED/498/14
OOKO, Adero Gregory
  1. ED/499/14
OPIYO, Beatrice Achieng
  1. ED/715/14
OPUNGA, Brian
  1. ED/425/12
ORENGE, N Elizaphah
  1. ED/655/14
ORIAH, Anthony
  1. ED/505/14
ORODI, Benard Omedo
  1. ED/1069/15
OTARU, Caleb Sirigwa
  1. ED/513/14
OTERO, M Dickson
  1. ED/514/14
OTEWA, Florence Adhiambo
  1. ED/517/14
OTIENO, David Auko
  1. ED/522/14
OTIENO, Evans
  1. ED/523/14
OTIENO, Odhiambo Erick
  1. ED/526/14
OTWABE, Eric
  1. ED/528/14
OVIYO, Alex
  1. ED/523/13
OWAKO, Angela Adhiambo
  1. ED/695/14
PETER , Barango Nancy
  1. ED/4047/12
PRISCA, Wangui Terah
  1. ED/1036/15
RAKWA, Jennifer Lasoi
  1. ED/535/14
RAMBEKA, Buyaki Ruth
  1. ED/614/14
ROMANO, N. Grace
  1. ED/539/15
RUTO, Isaac Kipkoech
  1. ED/545/14
RUTTO, Nelly
  1. ED/546/14
SABRI, Hassan Farouk
  1. ED/1461/14
SAILA, Leah
  1. ED/547/14
SALAD, Tari Gufu
  1. ED/542/15
SALIMU , Mwanaisha Kibanda
  1. ED/549/14
SAMUEL, Mercy Kanyaa
  1. C/ED/26/13
SAMUGUL, Joshua Naibei
  1. ED/2026/14
SANG, Hycinth C.
  1. C/ED/286/13
SATERI, Lesepe Philip
  1. ED/675/14
SAWE, Jimmy
  1. C/ED/147/13
SHABAYA, K Rasoa
  1. ED/551/14
SHAKE, Martin L
  1. ED/696/14
SHILINGI, Praxides
  1. ED/554/14
SHIVERENJE, Isaack Miheso
  1. ED/1050/15
SIEBISA , Stacey Iris
  1. ED/558/14
SIMIYU, Chrispinus
  1. C/ED/12/13
SIMIYU, Mark
  1. ED/713/14
SIMIYU, Mark Khaemba
  1. ED/559/14
SIMIYU, W. Edward
  1. ED/2053/13
SIMWELOH, N. Edel
  1. ED/1431/14
SINGOEI, Sylvia
  1. ED/2083/14
SITUMA , Nekesa Brenda
  1. C/ED/121/13
SOKORO, Asael Job
  1. ED/670/14
STANDA, Patricia Everett
  1. ED/562/14
SUIYANKA, Sankale
  1. ED/563/14
SUKE, Samwel
  1. ED/565/14
SUYIA, S. Medina
  1. C/ED/06/13
SWACHI, A Samwel
  1. ED/1145/14
TAJIRI, Daniel Barta
  1. ED/571/14
TOILI, Sylivester
  1. ED/572/14
VELE, Florence
  1. ED/323/14
VINCENT, Muthusi
  1. ED/575/14
VUSAKA, Elvick
  1. ED/2072/14
WAFULA , Imalda Diana
  1. ED/581/14
WAFULAH, Arnold
  1. ED/585/14
WAKOLA, Charles
  1. ED/2031/14
WALUMOLI, Wapukha H.
  1. ED/654/14
WAMALWA, Jacktone
  1. ED/578/15
WAMALWA, Mike
  1. ED/722/14
WAMBUA, Bonventure
  1. ED/255/15
WAMBUA, Kyambi Francis
  1. ED/586/14
WAMBUA, Muia
  1. ED/674/14
WAMBUA, Munyoki
  1. ED/587/14
WAMBUA, Perodd
  1. ED/2052/13
WAMBUI, J. Maina
  1. C/ED/167/13
WANGILA, W Victor
  1. ED/3003/15
WANJALA, Nafula Christine
  1. ED/745/14
WANKURU, Pauline Samuel
  1. ED/596/14
WANYONYI, W Robert
  1. ED/599/14
WASIKE, J Amos
  1. ED/104/14
WASIKE, John Wanjala
  1. ED/600/15
WASIKE, Masika Nixon
  1. ED/600/14
WASILWA, M Anthony
  1. ED/2061/13
WAYA, N. Carolyne
  1. ED/605/14
WEKESA, Bravin
  1. ED/718/14
WEKESA, Linda
  1. ED/684/14
WEKESA, N Laura
  1. C/ED/211/13
WEKESA, Peter
  1. ED/604/14
WEKESA, Zachariah
  1. ED/605/15
WENDOT, Jerono Clementine
  1. C/ED/127/13
WERUNGA, W Moses
  1. ED/653/14
WESONGA, Mercy Olando
  1. ED/1294/15
YATOR, Denis
  1. ED/610/14
YEGO, Doreen
  1. ED/611/14
YEGON, Jefferson
  1. ED/823/13
ZAMZAM, Mohamed Shariff

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

  1. ED/02/13
ACHAYO, Matilda Hilda
  1. ED/1529/14
AKINYI, Beatrice
  1. ED/11/14
AKINYI, Vincencia Opiyo
  1. ED/13/14
AKUMA, Oanga Methuselah
  1. ED/1523/14
AKUNGA, Maureen Kwamboka
  1. ED/1344/11
AKWABI, Millicent Adhiambo
  1. ED/1575/14
ALUSO, Alice
  1. ED/25/15
AMBILA, Brian Odhiambo
  1. ED/16/14
AMEME, Mwetich
  1. ED/1368/14
AMIANI, Edwin Mugoyani
  1. ED/1605/14
ANDOVE, Alex
  1. ED/1304/14
ANTONY, Ruto
  1. ED/1232/14
ANYANGO, Martha Nyamai
  1. ED/1525/14
ANYOKORIT, Petronila
  1. ED/1395/14
ATIENO, Imeldah Oliech
  1. C/ED/233/13
AUMA, Anne Odongo
  1. ED/1245/14
AWUOR, Ambiyo Seliphar
  1. ED/1155/08
BARASA, Peris Nyiva
  1. ED/42/14
BETT, Wesley Kiplagat
  1. ED/43/14
BINYANYA, Edwin Omuga
  1. ED/1622/14
BOKEA, Purity Bosibori
  1. ED/1062/12
BOSIRE, Zeal Mwamba
  1. ED/741/14
BUSIENEI, Abraham
  1. ED/1273/14
CHEBET , Dorcas
  1. ED/1623/14
CHEBET, Deborah
  1. ED/49/14
CHEBET, Joyce
  1. ED/1100/15
CHEBET, Mary
  1. ED/1522/14
CHEBII, Carolyne
  1. ED/56/14
CHELAGAT, Bungei Michelle
  1. ED/55/14
CHELAGAT, K Kennedy
  1. ED/57/14
CHELANGAT, Beatrice
  1. ED/58/14
CHELANG'AT, Sophy Reuben
  1. ED/42/13
CHEMUTAI, Lydia
  1. ED/62/14
CHEPKEMOI, Gorredy
  1. ED/1432/14
CHEPKIRUI, Lydia
  1. ED/1600/14
CHEPKOECH, Judith
  1. ED/690/14
CHEPKONGA, Angela
  1. ED/1052/14
CHEPKORIR, Naomy
  1. ED/1235/14
CHEPNAIBEI, Nelly
  1. ED/1180/14
CHEPTOO, Caroline
  1. ED/1465/14
CHEROTICH, Winnie
  1. ED/1330/14
CHERUIYOT, C. Brenda
  1. ED/1400/14
CHERUIYOT, J. Gladys
  1. C/ED/123/13
CHERUIYOT, K Ronald
  1. ED/1084/15
CHERUIYOT, Kirui Dickson
  1. ED/1450/14
CHERUIYOT, Leonard
  1. ED/1479/14
CHIBEU, O Roselyne
  1. ED/1024/15
CHIRCHIR, Mercy Chepkorir
  1. ED/63/13
DOMORITA, Pkemoi Jacob
  1. ED/78/14
EMMANUEL , Ngare
  1. ED/1044/15
ESTHER, Imela
  1. ED/1442/14
FALUMA, Mariana Hanipha
  1. ED/91/14
GITONGA, Fabian Mutembei
  1. ED/92/14
GITU, Moses Mbugua
  1. ED/1150/14
INDENYERE, Snydah
  1. ED/1333/14
INYILA, I. Hellen
  1. ED/97/14
ISEMEKI, Isaac
  1. ED/570/13
ITIRAH, Onwong'a Nemrode
  1. ED/99/14
IYADI, Sitawa Charity
  1. ED/100/14
JAMES, Chris Zekkey
  1. ED/1424/14
JELAGAT, Belinda
  1. ED/1566/14
JELAGAT, Marceline Lelei
  1. ED/151/12
JEMUTAI, Stella
  1. ED/1148/14
JEPTOO, Purity
  1. ED/93/13
JEREMIAH, Kiprono Lima
  1. ED/1393/14
JERUTO, Mercy
  1. ED/691/14
JOYLINE, Chepkoech
  1. ED/1194/14
JUDITH, Cherono
  1. ED/2095/12
JULIET, Maria Kirwa
  1. ED/1320/14
JUMA, Aziza
  1. ED/2068/13
JUMA, N. Brenda
  1. ED/1624/14
KAMENE, Winnie
  1. ED/1057/14
KANGOGO, Betty Jepkemoi
  1. ED/1043/12
KANGOGO, Jemeli Siviline
  1. ED/744/14
KARANI , Eileen
  1. ED/1077/13
KASIDI, Mercy
  1. ED/122/13
KAVETZA, V Lillianne
  1. ED/134/14
KAVIRO, Paul Mwoni
  1. ED/1614/14
KEMBOI, J Maureen
  1. ED/1146/15
KEMBOI, Maureen
  1. ED/1339/11
KERE, S. Bonface
  1. ED/146/14
KERIO, Wilbrode
  1. ED/152/14
KIARIE, Lucy Wanjiku
  1. ED/1269/15
KIBOR, Eugene Jemutai
  1. ED/1034/14
KIGEN, Jeruto Naum
  1. ED/133/13
KIMANI, Mbuthia Simon
  1. C/ED/224/13
KIMANI, Z Karanja
  1. ED/163/14
KIMANZI, Mercy
  1. ED/164/14
KIMATHI, Denis
  1. ED/166/14
KIMEMIAH, Samwel
  1. ED/1293/15
KIMUTAI, Vincent Kirui
  1. ED/176/14
KIOKO, Syombua
  1. ED/1406/14
KIPCHAUI, Jepchirchir
  1. ED/178/14
KIPCHIRCHIR, Lameck
  1. ED/179/14
KIPCHOGE, Gladys
  1. ED/1448/14
KIPKOECH, Collins
  1. ED/1167/12
KIPKOECH, Haron Kemboi
  1. ED/726/14
KIPLAGAT, Brian
  1. ED/1120/11
KIPRONO, Mercy Cheptoo
  1. ED/187/14
KIPROP, Diana
  1. ED/1013/15
KIPROP, J Jescah
  1. ED/188/14
KIPROTICH, Leonard Biwott
  1. ED/1401/14
KIPROTICH, Robert
  1. ED/1285/14
KIPSANG, Kwemoi Kevin
  1. ED/1384/14
KIPTARUS, Victor
  1. ED/1682/14
KIPTOON, Veronica
  1. ED/1350/14
KIRWA, Faith
  1. ED/167/13
KITHENDU, Morris Mawira
  1. ED/712/14
KIURIA, Kemmis
  1. ED/203/14
KIVISU, Rose
  1. ED/1011/14
KIYENG, Faith
  1. ED/702/14
KOECH, Kiptanui Cornelius
  1. ED/4002/11
KOGO, Caroline
  1. ED/821/13
KOIPOS, Nawiy Boaz
  1. ED/2023/13
KOMOLKAT, C. Anne
  1. ED/1463/14
KORIR, Isaac
  1. ED/1121/14
KURUI, Kibet Joel
  1. ED/1199/14
LAGAT, Chebet Mercy
  1. ED/1305/14
LAGAT, Jepkorir Angelah
  1. ED/1207/15
LAGAT, Virginia
  1. ED/184/13
LANGAT, Kibet Isaiah
  1. ED/1446/14
LEKAMOI, Pkemoi Simon
  1. ED/220/14
LIUMUMBA, Laurene
  1. ED/1036/13
LORIWO, Chematui Deborah
  1. ED/1172/14
LOWANA, Nickson
  1. ED/1328/14
MABELE, Amos
  1. ED/226/14
MAGANI, Rabecca
  1. ED/2089/14
MAINA, Lewis Wafula
  1. ED/120/04
MAINGI, Joseph Katie
  1. ED/1064/14
MAKENA, Fridah
  1. ED/1603/14
MALENGWE, O Nickson
  1. ED/1240/14
MASI, Simon Bugei
  1. ED/252/14
MATSILA, Phorsilus Phelix
  1. C/ED/275/13
MATUNDURA, Nyangena Levin
  1. C/ED/229/13
MBAYI, Kelvin Akhura
  1. ED/1245/13
MBIYU, Eva
  1. ED/260/14
MBURU, John Kabage
  1. ED/222/13
MBUVI, Musya
  1. ED/1072/13
MELI, Jelagat Sharon
  1. ED/1118/13
MENGICH, Ruth Chepkorir
  1. ED/1147/14
MERCY, Nduka
  1. C/ED/272/13
MOEMI, Abuga Joseph
  1. ED/1006/14
MOENGA , Onchaga Haron
  1. ED/658/14
MORANGA, Nickson
  1. ED/284/14
MUATHA, Justus Rajab
  1. C/ED/246/13
MUCHIRI, Francis Gicob
  1. ED/706/14
MUEMA, Mercy Mueni
  1. C/ED/145/13
MULONZYA, Jane Kalunda
  1. ED/643/14
MULULU, Evans
  1. ED/575/13
MUMBI, Mwaura Joseph
  1. C/ED/109/13
MUSEMBI, Kaluki
  1. ED/1604/14
MUTAI, Sharon
  1. ED/106/14
MUTUA, Josiah
  1. C/ED/111/13
MUTUKU, J. Kivinya
  1. C/ED/225/13
MWAI, Everline Muthoni
  1. ED/329/14
MWAI, Theresa
  1. ED/716/14
MWANGI, Peter Ndegwa
  1. ED/1290/14
MWEI, Vibian
  1. C/ED/20/13
MWENZE, Musili
  1. ED/1213/13
NAFULA , Joy Wafula
  1. ED/2046/13
NAMANJA, M Linet
  1. ED/1071/14
NANKORIS, O Solomon
  1. ED/349/14
NAPETOT, E Poghisho
  1. ED/352/14
NDIEMA, K. Luke
  1. ED/323/13
NDOLOKA, Susan Wanza
  1. ED/1081/14
NGETICH, Anderson
  1. ED/1152/15
NG'ETICH, Nancy
  1. ED/367/14
NJAGI, Salesio Gitonga
  1. ED/325/12
NJERU, Janet Nyakeru
  1. ED/373/14
NJOROGE, Joseph
  1. ED/342/13
NYAKWEBA, Ayiecha Walter
  1. ED/392/14
NYAMBURA, Kimani Nicholas
  1. ED/401/14
NYONGESA, Kennedy
  1. ED/1573/14
NYONGESA, Lydia
  1. ED/81/14
NZIOKI, Fridah Mutheu
  1. C/ED/72/13
OBWAMU, O Duncan
  1. ED/408/14
OCHEMBE, Amref
  1. C/ED/49/13
OCHIENG', Barnabas Orek
  1. ED/409/14
OCHIENG, Felix
  1. ED/410/14
OCHIENG, Moncaharry Ojijo
  1. ED/1321/14
OCHIENG, Owaga
  1. ED/415/14
OCHOLLA, Evance Onyango
  1. C/ED/280/13
OCHWANG'I, N Vincent
  1. ED/1095/14
ODESO, Ruthfaye Vudin'ga
  1. ED/621/14
ODHIAMBO, Okoth Sylvester
  1. ED/1539/14
ODIKANYA, Eric
  1. ED/1299/09
OGENCHE, Obwoge W.
  1. ED/714/14
OGONDAH, Maureen Awuor
  1. ED/439/14
OGUTU, Noela
  1. ED/1188/14
OKAKA, Alloys Otieno
  1. ED/449/14
OKETCH, Edwine Ouma
  1. ED/382/13
OKORE, George Obiero
  1. ED/454/14
OKOTH, Hillary
  1. ED/455/14
OKOTH, Wycliffe
  1. C/ED/51/13
OKUMU, B Samuel
  1. ED/462/14
OLUOCH, Duncan Ambasa
  1. ED/466/14
OMARE, Vincent
  1. C/ED/245/13
OMINDE, A Milridah
  1. ED/637/14
OMITI, Collins
  1. C/ED/203/13
OMMASABA, Diana Muhonja
  1. ED/480/14
ONCHOMBA, James
  1. C/ED/292/13
ONDIEKI, Moseti Brian
  1. ED/1226/14
ONENGA, Vincent
  1. ED/487/14
ONTITA, A. Justus
  1. ED/1211/14
ONYANGO, Alfred
  1. ED/489/14
ONYANGO, Mary
  1. ED/494/14
ONYANGO, Vincent Okello
  1. ED/495/14
ONYANGORE, J. Nyabere
  1. ED/412/13
ORACHA, Achieng' Florence
  1. ED/506/14
ORONDO, Robert Otieno
  1. ED/509/14
OTARO, Elijah
  1. ED/518/14
OTIENO, Denis Obora
  1. ED/1038/14
OTIENO, Joyce Adhiambo
  1. ED/7037/09
OTIENO, Vin Odhiambo
  1. ED/1221/14
OUMA, Vera
  1. ED/1416/14
OWIRE, Annet
  1. ED/526/15
OWUOR, Owuor Bonface
  1. ED/1534/14
OYARE, Eugene
  1. C/ED/168/13
PETER, Ndung'u Wanjiru
  1. ED/536/14
REUBEN, Ezekiel Makau
  1. C/ED/32/13
RIGIJIA, M Daniel
  1. ED/537/14
RIMI, Rosemary Nduta
  1. ED/538/14
RIOGI, Sakawa Moses
  1. ED/1122/15
RIONER, Pamela
  1. ED/1534/09
ROGONY, Faith Jelimo
  1. ED/1100/05
RONO, Robinson
  1. ED/540/14
RONOH, Kibet Amos
  1. ED/1367/12
ROTICH, Gladys Cherop
  1. ED/1250/15
RUHI, Isaiah Thuku
  1. ED/2059/13
RUTTO, Albert
  1. ED/1331/14
SALAT, Ali
  1. ED/1544/14
SHIKANDA, Samuel A.
  1. ED/556/14
SIMALOI, Felistus
  1. ED/639/14
SIMIYU, Rebecca
  1. ED/1222/14
SONGOK, Collins
  1. ED/1069/06
SULUNGAI, Edwin
  1. C/ED/279/13
TERER, Kipngeno Vincent
  1. ED/569/14
TIROP, Geoffrey
  1. ED/668/14
TONUI, Felix
  1. ED/1090/14
TOO, Raymond
  1. ED/1220/14
TUM, Kiptanui Wesley
  1. ED/1340/14
TUWEI, Priscilah
  1. C/ED/24/13
WACHERA, Peter Kibuthi
  1. ED/1307/14
WAFULA, Collins
  1. ED/1178/15
WAFULA, Marble Nabuti
  1. ED/578/14
WAFULA, Nangila Cosphine
  1. ED/1365/14
WAMALWA, Lyndah
  1. ED/2039/10
WAMBANI, Lydia Makhino
  1. ED/1331/15
WANGA, Brenda Akinyi
  1. ED/495/13
WANGILA, Brian Wafula
  1. ED/588/14
WANGILA, Duncan
  1. ED/1408/14
WANJALA, Kevin
  1. ED/660/14
WANJALA, Phostine
  1. ED/594/14
WANYONYI, N John
  1. ED/595/14
WANYONYI, Peter
  1. ED/2098/12
WASIKE, Chebet Gilnex
  1. ED/601/14
WASONGA, Timothy
  1. ED/507/13
WOTHAYA, Maingi Bonface
  1. ED/607/14
YATICH, Sheila
  1. ED/1143/13
YATOR, N. Jebet
  1. ED/612/14
YIENDA, Biyaki Everlyne
     

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION - PRIMARY

The following SEVENTY THREE (73) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION - PRIMARY

FIRST CLASS HONOURS

1 EDH/2026/13 KEBONGO, K. Lineth

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDH/02/13 ANINDO, R. Melvin
2 EDH/15/14 BUNDOTICH, J. Ida
3 EDH/15/15 KINYA, Mercy
4 EDH/17/15 KIRACHOLIA, Benjamin
5 EDH/23/14 CHEPKIRUI, ANITA
6 EDH/32/15 MURIITHI, Evalyne Mumbi
7 EDH/34/15 MWAWURI, Gift
8 EDH/37/14 IWAGAT, Bridgit
9 EDH/40/14 JUMA, MARY
10 EDH/41/15 AWUOR, Ochieng Anne
11 EDH/42/14 KAMAU, Margaret Wanjiku
12 EDH/47/15 WANGWE, Maureen Atieno
13 EDH/48/15 WANYONYI, Mercy
14 EDH/49/12 WEBI, Nelima Mary
15 EDH/50/14 KEMBOI, Mercy
16 EDH/50/15 WENDO, Agnes Blaize
17 EDH/67/14 KWAMBOKA, Mary
18 EDH/89/14 MUHONJA, Phoebe
19 EDH/136/10 KOLUM, J. Christine
20 EDH/1020/12 WASWA, Omusore Margaret
21 EDH/1043/14 NGISIREI, Eunice J.
22 EDH/1089/14 CHEPKIRUI, Janecy
23 EDH/1100/14 KURGAT, Linus Kiplimo
24 EDH/2000/12 WANJIRU, Nderitu Joyce
25 EDH/2000/13 SAWENJA, Delilah
26 EDH/2001/14 ANANDA, Omuchele
27 EDH/2003/12 COSTA, Ng'uriareng
28 EDH/2004/14 NANCY, Soprine
29 EDH/2006/12 KIROTICH, David Kibor
30 EDH/2006/14 HELLEN, Aya Nyongesa
31 EDH/2007/12 WAFULA, K. Nicholas
32 EDH/2032/13 ADIKINYI, Pamela
33 EDH/2034/13 CAREN, C. Moilem
34 EDH/2037/13 NDETSWA, Bablah
35 EDH/2039/13 AGNETA, Pkiach
36 EDH/2041/13 ANGELINE, Nyeris
37 EDH/2043/13 FLORAH, Chemtai Losiamoi
38 EDH/2051/13 KIPSEREM, Susan
39 EDH/3001/14 OWIDI, Beryl Achieng
40 EDH/3005/11 MULANDI, Consolata
41 EDH/3014/14 MZIMA, Desmond Mwamburi
42 EDH/3037/14 MWANGALA, Mwachupa M.
43 EDH/3044/14 OBARE, Beatrice A.
44 EDH/4003/12 CHEPNGENO, Salome
45 EDH/4008/12 MUNAI, Beatrice
46 EDH/4010/12 NGETICH, Chepngetich
47 EDH/4015/12 CHELANGAT, Beatrice
48 EDH/4017/12 KOECH, Zeddy Chepkirui
49 EDH/4020/12 CHEPNGENO, Nancy
50 EDH/4025/12 TUM, Kirui Winny
51 EDH/4027/12 CHELANGAT, Fancy
52 EDH/4031/12 KIPKOECH, Isaack Soi
53 EDH/4038/12 KENDUIYWO, Sara
54 EDH/4040/12 CHEPKIRUI, Betty Kirui
55 EDH/6003/14 RONO, MAGDALINE
56 EDH/7002/12 ALUORA, Miriam Josephine
57 EDH/7004/13 MUENDO, Mbithe
58 EDH/7013/12 AKATU, Everlyn
59 EDH/7018/11 RUME, Edith Akoth
60 EDH/7021/12 ACHIENG', Awino Lucy
61 EDH/9000/13 AKINYI, Elizabeth
62 EDH/9036/11 ROP, Betty Cherono
63 EDH/9039/13 AKINYI, Millicent Owino

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDH/20/13 YEGO, Getrude Jeptum
2 EDH/54/13 MUSILA, Owen
3 EDH/394/10 KIPSAT, Sally
4 EDH/1014/14 KABIANGA, Susan
5 EDH/1032/13 BARBARA, Joy
6 EDH/1061/12 KALIAKAMUR, Veronica
7 EDH/1110/14 KIBIWOT, Julius Rop
8 EDH/4030/12 CHEPNGENO, Janeth
9 EDH/4037/12 NGETICH, Christine   Chemutai
     

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION –EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

The following TWENTY FOUR(24) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION – EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDH/38/14 JEBITOK, Vivian
2 EDH/39/14 JEPTOO, Hadith
3 EDH/51/14 KIAMBI, W. Gatwiri
4 EDH/60/14 KISIANG'ANI, Daisy
5 EDH/62/14 KIVUNJA, Penina
6 EDH/72/14 MACHONI, Stefucah
7 EDH/95/14 MUTINDI, Muteti Everlyne
8 EDH/104/14 WANJIKU, Esther
9 EDH/133/14 OUMA, Nicholas
10 EDH/150/14 TINJAA, Cedrick
11 EDH/154/14 WAITHAKA, Margaret Wanjiru
12 EDH/160/14 WANJALA, N. Barbara
13 EDH/161/14 WANJALA, Jeridah
14 EDH/1007/14 AMAYOTI, Mbuya Boaz
15 EDH/1017/15 NYANGA, Sarah Akomwa
16 EDH/1023/15 SHARON, Khavere Amira
17 EDH/1027/15 NYAKUNDI, Zipporah Moraa
18 EDH/3027/14 MBAGO, Ruth Agutu
19 EDH/3030/14 MWANDEMBO, Rejoice
20 EDH/3034/14 MWANAHAWA, Atmoin
21 EDH/3041/14 GICHABA, Caroline Moraa

SECOND CLASS HONOURS – LOWER DIVISION

1 EDH/12/13 CHEPNGETICH, Francisca M
2 EDH/61/14 MADZUA, Imelda
3 EDH/122/14 OGINGA, Rachel
   
     
     
     

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (BUSINESS STUDIES)

The following ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY ONE (181) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (BUSINESS STUDIES).

SECOND CLASS HONOURS (UPPER DIVISION)

1 EDB/02/14 ADENYA, Brenda A
2 EDB/64/14 AGENG'O, Joshua Jaoko
3 EDB/307/14 AKINYI, Belinda
4 EDB/06/14 AKINYI, Emily
5 EDB/331/14 ASHIRAH, Gilbert Amukhobe
6 EDB/18/14 AYUBU, Damaris Bosibori
7 EDB/23/14 BARASA, Jackson
8 EDB/253/13 BETT, Samwel Kipkosgey
9 EDB/25/14 BIWOTT, Emmanuel K
10 EDB/29/14 CHEBET, Abigael
11 EDB/30/14 CHEBET, Brenda
12 EDB/130/14 CHEBET, Lydia
13 EDB/291/14 CHEBUSIT, Hillary Kipkirui
14 EDB/38/14 CHEPKORIR, Winny
15 EDB/34/14 CHERUIYOT, Chepkemoi
16 EDB/40/14 CHERUIYOT, Vincent
17 EDB/46/14 EKESA, Jackton
18 EDB/49/14 GAKENIA , Margaret Wanjiru
19 EDB/372/14 GITUNDU, Doris Ngugi
20 EDB/348/14 GUYO, Elias Elema
21 EDB/69/14 INEYA, Juma John
22 EDB/62/14 ISADIA, Edward
23 EDB/359/14 JERUTO, Gladys
24 EDB/74/14 KAGWE, Mumbi
25 EDB/75/14 KAHENDI, Emeldah
26 EDB/76/14 KAMAU, David Njoroge
27 EDB/324/14 KAMENCU, Mukiri P
28 EDB/1004/14 KAROI, David Ebenyo
30 EDB/83/14 KASINA, Catherine Muthini
31 EDB/311/14 KAVINYA, Gideon Stellah
32 EDB/320/14 KEMBOI, Juliet J
33 EDB/87/14 KEMEI, Naomy Jerono  
34 EDB/88/14 KEPHA, Magare Lucky
35 EDB/337/14 KIBET, Mercy Jemutai
36 EDB/93/14 KIBIWOTT, Robert
37 EDB/104/14 KIPCHIRCHIR, Solomon
38 EDB/1010/14 KIPTANUI, Jackline Jeruto
39 EDB/108/14 KIRIBA, Caroline Wambui
40 EDB/1008/14 KIRUI, Pracious Jepngetich
41 EDB/350/14 KIRUI,Nicholas Kiplangat
42 EDB/344/14 KITUU, Elizabeth Nduku
43 EDB/113/14 KOECH, Geofrey Kipkemboi
44 EDB/115/14 KOSGEI, Benard
45 EDB/116/14 KOSGEI, Elphas
46 EDB/122/14 KYALO, Musyimi
47 EDB/125/14 LANGAT, Gideon Kiptoo
48 EDB/128/14 LOLMODOONI, Sabina
49 EDB/136/14 MAINGI, Agatha Mwongeli
50 EDB/210/13 MAKENA, Patrick F
51 EDB/138/14 MATARA, Mike Ogugu
52 EDB/139/14 MATONGO, O Cosmas
53 EDB/333/14 MAUTI, Eric Nyakweba
54 EDB/313/14 MBOGO, Joash Agak
55 EDB/249/13 MISIKO, Dominic Omondi
56 EDB/147/14 MOGUTE, Akanga Dominic
57 EDB/325/14 MUANGE, Jeremiah Mbinda
58 EDB/153/14 MUEMA, Stephen Musyoka
59 EDB/154/14 MUENDO, Samuel
60 EDB/347/14 MUGURE, Stephen   Nderitu
61 EDB/156/14 MUIA, Kimanthi
62 EDB/296/14 MUINDE, Januaries Kitisya
63 EDB/158/14 MUINDI, Stanley Masai
64 EDB/159/14 MUIRURI, James Muuru
65 EDB/162/14 MULAMA, Macmillan
66 EDB/163/14 MULYUNGI, Esther Mumbe
67 EDB/293/14 MUMA, Wycliffe
68 EDB/168/14 MURIITHI, Joseph
69 EDB/170/14 MURIITHI, Caroline Nyawira
70 EDB/305/14 MURIUKI, Jamleck Njagi
71 EDB/172/14 MURUNGI, Gabriel Muthuri
72 EDB/174/14 MUSUMBA, Rebecca Akello
73 EDB/175/14 MUSUNGU, Edwin J.
74 EDB/341/14 MUSYOKA, Sylvester
75 EDB/179/14 MUTIA, James
76 EDB/180/14 MUTIA, Faith Kiende
77 EDB/63/12 MUTINDA, Boniface
78 EDB/182/14 MUTUA, Douglas
79 EDB/171/12 MUTUA, Mercy Mwongeli
80 EDB/185/14 MUTUNGA, Meshack Muoki
81 EDB/186/14 MWANGALA, Kennedy Murima
82 EDB/188/14 MWANGI, Nyaguthii
83 EDB/340/14 MWANTHI, Dennis Mwikya
84 EDB/192/14 NDAVA, Julius Kathenge
85 EDB/196/14 NDIRANGU, Lydiah Warukira
86 EDB/321/14 NG'ANG'A, Solomon Jackson
87 EDB/205/14 NJAU, Lydia Wairimu
88 EDB/209/14 NJOKA, Kennedy Njeru
89 EDB/306/14 NTHENGE, Kambua
90 EDB/315/14 NYABOKE, Mary
91 EDB/354/14 NYABUTI, Joel Moenga
92 EDB/219/14 NYAMWAYA, Risper Nyaboke
93 EDB/252/13 ODWOGO, S. Kananga
94 EDB/285/14 OGWENO, Lawrence Odera
95 EDB/130/13 OMWANCHA, Ernest Abuga
96 EDB/318/14 OMWIRIKHA, Kennedy S.
97 EDB/339/14 ONDERE, Lilian
98 EDB/334/14 ONG'ARO, John Akumu
99 EDB/312/14 ONYANGO, Benard
100 EDB/345/14 ONYARI, Calleb Sengera
101 EDB/299/14 OPONDO, Benard Otieno
102 EDB/330/14 OREBO, Clifford Otieno
103 EDB/240/14 ORINA, Bonface Momanyi
104 EDB/132/14 OSORO, Robert Machuka
105 EDB/287/14 OTENYO, Danvas Onkundi
106 EDB/243/14 OTIENO, Clinton
107 EDB/244/14 OTIENO, Edwin
108 EDB/245/14 OTUOMA, Asenath Awuor
109 EDB/247/14 OUKO, Ogollo Tom
110 EDB/07/14 OWUOR, Akinyi
111 EDB/250/14 PEPERA, Jackson
112 EDB/259/14 ROTICH, Emmanuel
113 EDB/326/14 RUTTO, Nicholas K
114 EDB/261/14 SALIM, Juliet Okiro
115 EDB/268/14 SIMIYU, Joab Waswa
116 EDB/269/14 SITUMA, Isaac Wanakai
117 EDB/319/14 SUMUKWO, Samuel
118 EDB/273/14 TIMA, Nyaigero Lameck
119 EDB/276/14 WAMBUA, Nzioki

SECOND CLASS HONOURS (LOWER DIVISION)

1 EDB/1005/14 ANZEZE, Saydon
2 EDB/15/14 ATONYA, Emmanuel
3 EDB/251/13 AUGE, Bob Onyango
4 EDB/21/14 BAHATI, Nurah
5 EDB/35/14 CHEPKEMOI, Faith
6 EDB/37/14 CHEPKORIR, Joyce
7 EDB/39/14 CHEPNGETICH, Juliet
8 EDB/41/14 CLAUD, Nicholas Dandasi
9 EDB/60/14 ILLA , Justus Opere
10 EDB/66/14 JEMUTAI, Gladys
11 EDB/67/14 JEPKOECH, Diana
12 EDB/44/14 KADOGO, Daniel
13 EDB/80/14 KAOKA, Devis Omuya
14 EDB/84/14 KAWIRA, Fridah Kailibi
15 EDB/298/14 KIBET, Allan Chepkwony
16 EDB/95/14 KILONZO, Kioko
17 EDB/48/13 KIMANI, David Mbirua
18 EDB/96/14 KIMANI, Elijah Mwangi
19 EDB/100/14 KIMILU, Stephen
20 EDB/101/14 KIMUSAR, Cheptoo
21 EDB/47/14 KIPKORIR, Evans Maiyo
22 EDB/140/14 KYALO, Mbaluto
23 EDB/126/14 LANGAU, Alex
24 EDB/129/14 LUMUMBA, Raphael Mutuku
25 EDB/1019/14 MACHARIA , Kimani Daniel
26 EDB/1003/14 MAIYO, Gloria Jebichi
27 EDB/137/14 MARANGA, Kennedy
28 EDB/82/13 MOMANYI, Agnes Magoma
29 EDB/167/14 MURI, Lincoln Kagiri
30 EDB/178/14 MUTHONI, Purity
31 EDB/181/14 MUTISYA, Mercy Wanza
32 EDB/190/14 NAFULA, Wasike
33 EDB/191/14 NATO, Rebecca
34 EDB/131/14 NG'ANG'A, Macharia
35 EDB/178/13 NGETICH, Benard Kipyegon
36 EDB/1014/14 NGURASIA, Joshua K.
37 EDB/112/13 NJANE, Joseph Gucu
38 EDB/207/14 NJERU, Marion Wawira
39 EDB/208/14 NJOGU, Sarah Muthoni
40 EDB/211/14 NJUGUNA, Charles Kamithi
41 EDB/212/14 NTENGA, Kevin Onwong'a
42 EDB/217/14 NYAMAMBA, Esther Nyamoita
43 EDB/59/14 NYANG'ANYI, Ibrahim Sheila
44 EDB/370/14 NYUNDO, Mlongo Matano
45 EDB/336/14 ODIWUOR, Maurice Waore
46 EDB/338/14 OJUONDO, Millicent Belinda
47 EDB/232/14 OKUMU, Julius Wafula
48 EDB/303/14 OMBABA, Fred Nyamweya
49 EDB/356/14 OMBACHI, Kevin C.
50 EDB/234/14 OMUNDI, Brian Omare
51 EDB/236/14 ONKOBA, Lameck O
52 EDB/239/14 OPIYO, Yvonne Atieno
53 EDB/241/14 ORUKO, Dorothy Mong'ina
54 EDB/248/14 OUMA, Richard Ojwang
55 EDB/256/14 RERIMOI, Vivian Jebet
56 EDB/258/14 RONOH, Frankline
57 EDB/260/14 RUNJI, Cecilia Mbura
58 EDB/264/14 SAWO, Thomas Omondi
59 EDB/265/14 SCOTT, Erick Jack
60 EDB/270/14 SOKOTI, Emmanuel Kiptum
61 EDB/1019/15 TUITOEK, Jepkurui Clara
62 EDB/166/13 TUM, Steffi

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING)

The following FORTY SEVEN (47) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING).

SECOND CLASS HONOURS (UPPER DIVISION)

1 EDG/15/14 CHEPLETING, Celestine
2 EDG/16/14 CHEPNGETICH, Winny
3 EDG/19/14 CHUMO, James
4 EDG/23/14 INGOSI, Phylis
5 EDG/29/14 KAKAI, Beli
6 EDG/30/14 KAPLELACH, Dyline J.
7 EDG/38/14 KIPTOO, Eva J
8 EDG/39/14 KIRIGIA, Eunice
9 EDG/52/14 MATINGE, Rose
10 EDG/55/14 MBITHI, Mary Mumbua
11 EDG/58/14 MELI, Kipkemoi Kelvin
12 EDG/63/14 MULI, Mary Vaati
13 EDG/140/14 MURIIRA, Jackson
14 EDG/65/14 MURIITHI, Maureen
15 EDG/66/14 MUSANGO, Mutheu
16 EDG/67/14 MUSILI, Ann Kasyoka
17 EDG/68/14 MUSYOKI, Richard Kiminza
18 EDG/120/14 MUTUKU, E. Ndunge
19 EDG/115/14 MWANZIA, Lucy
20 EDG/76/14 MWENDA, Antony
21 EDG/77/14 NALIANYA, Cynthia
22 EDG/78/14 NAMALOME, Rose Majuma
23 EDG/87/14 OCHIENG, Ojalla
24 EDG/39/13 OCHUODHO, Dancan Ouma
25 EDG/91/14 OJALLAH, Wicklife
26 EDG/09/13 SHUMA, Janet Medza
27 EDG/108/14 TUNE, Rahma Mwajuma
28 EDG/112/14 WANJIKU, Wairimu Peris

SECOND CLASS HONOURS (LOWER DIVISION)

1 EDG/26/14 BETT, Mercy Jeruto
2 EDG/14/14 CHELANGAT, Sharon
3 EDG/22/14 CHERUIYOT, Geoffrey K.
4 EDG/18/14 CHERUTO, Emily
5 EDG/21/14 ELKANAH, Kerubo Jescah
6 EDG/116/14 KAUGIRIA, R. Muchui
7 EDG/43/14 KWAMBOKA, Risper Ogembo
8 EDG/75/14 MWANGI, Patrick Wachira
9 EDG/79/14 NG'ENO, Naomi
10 EDG/88/14 ODHIAMBO, Fredrick
11 EDG/90/14 OGOLA, Lonah
12 EDG/94/14 OMWENDO, Fredrick Wanguche
13 EDG/119/14 ONCHECHE, Jacob Owino  
14 EDG/107/14 SING'OEY, Isaac
15 EDG/27/14 SYOWIA, John Monica
16 EDG/53/13 WACHIRA, Faith
17 EDG/109/14 WAITHERO, Sarah Wanjiku
18 EDG/111/14 WAMBUI, Margaret Waithera
19 EDG/113/14 WANJOHI, Sarah

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SCIENCE)

The following TWO HUNDRED AND FORTY ONE (241) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (SCIENCE).

FIRST CLASS HONOURS

  1. EDS/211/14
ONYANGO, Otieno Robert

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. EDS/01/14
ABEL, M Benard
  1. EDS/11/14
ASIKO, Repher
  1. EDS/34/14
BARAZA, Cockward Onyango
  1. EDS/19/14
BOERA, Alice
  1. EDS/21/14
BOWEN, Philis
  1. EDS/1020/14
BUNEI, J Peninnah
  1. EDS/274/14
CHACHA, BrolinE
  1. EDS/23/14
CHEGE, Mary Waithera
  1. EDS/14/13
CHEMCHE, S Hosea
  1. EDS/1006/14
CHEMURGOR , Vivien
  1. EDS/213/13
CHEMUTAI, Felister
  1. EDS/26/14
CHEPCHIENG, Kipsang Hosea
  1. EDS/27/14
CHEPKEMOI, Philipine
  1. EDS/28/14
CHEPKOECH, Sharon
  1. EDS/29/14
CHEPKORIR, Joyce
  1. EDS/30/14
CHEPTEEK, Caroline
  1. EDS/31/14
CHERONO, Diana
  1. EDS/32/14
CHERONOH, Janeth
  1. EDS/33/14
CHEROP, Anne
  1. EDS/263/14
CHERUTO, Sharon
  1. EDS/39/14
EDIDA , Ajiambo Josephine
  1. EDS/41/14
FUNDIA, Daniel
  1. EDS/42/14
GACHAU, Wanjiku Peris
  1. EDS/44/14
GICHANA, Nyachw Gora Denis
  1. EDS/46/14
IRERI, Ejidio Nyaga
  1. EDS/50/14
JELIMO, Caroline
  1. EDS/67/14
JEMISTO, Kenei Faith
  1. EDS/283/14
JEPKORIR, Sharon
  1. EDS/54/14
JUMA, O Antony
  1. EDS/53/14
JUMA, Emmanuel
  1. EDS/201/13
JUMA, Mercy Nasambu
  1. EDS/55/14
KADIRI, Wycliffe
  1. EDS/56/14
KAE, Rutto Levi
  1. EDS/57/14
KAGENDO, Stella
  1. EDS/58/14
KAIGONGI, Rwanda
  1. EDS/305/14
KALUNG'E ,Kananu F
  1. EDS/36/14
KANG'WELE, David Elizabeth
  1. EDS/60/14
KAREA, Vivian
  1. EDS/61/14
KARUBU, Bonface Mutembei
  1. EDS/62/14
KATHAMBI, Rose
  1. EDS/63/14
KAWIRA, Glory
  1. EDS/64/14
KEITANY, Kiptum
  1. EDS/65/14
KEMBOI, Brigid
  1. EDS/68/14
KERUBO, D. Nyakeriga
  1. EDS/69/14
KESSA, Paul
  1. EDS/70/14
KETER, Japhet
  1. EDS/71/14
KHAEMBA, Stocky
  1. EDS/04/14
KHAKONDI, Aluka Victor
  1. EDS/210/13
KIBOGONG, Kipkorir Hillary
  1. EDS/74/14
KIGO, James Mwangi
  1. EDS/77/14
KILONZI, Paul
  1. EDS/78/14
KILONZO, Brettah Mwikali
  1. EDS/79/14
KILONZO, Kennedy
  1. EDS/80/14
KIMALINY, Anastasha
  1. EDS/81/14
KIMANI, Peter Njoroge
  1. EDS/82/14
KIMUTAI, Vincent
  1. EDS/83/14
KING'OO, Mwongeli
  1. EDS/119/14
KINYA, Doreen Mithika
  1. EDS/84/14
KINYANJUI, E Wanjiku
  1. EDS/110/14
KIOKO, Mbindyo Felix
  1. EDS/112/14
KIOKO, Mboya
  1. EDS/85/14
KIPKEMBOI, Kevin Rop
  1. EDS/86/14
KIPKEMOI, Noel
  1. EDS/88/14
KIPKOGEI, Sosten
  1. EDS/90/14
KIPLANGAT, Lawi
  1. EDS/91/14
KIPNGETICH, Amos
  1. EDS/298/14
KIPRONO, Langat Topias
  1. EDS/92/14
KIPROP, Bii Emmanuel
  1. EDS/93/14
KIPROP, Dennis Kisa
  1. EDS/94/14
KIPROTICH, Erick
  1. EDS/95/14
KITHUKA, Judith Wanza
  1. EDS/96/14
KITULU, Kyalo Joseph
  1. EDS/97/14
KORIR, Benard
  1. EDS/1018/13
LANGAT, Aron
  1. EDS/100/14
LEAKEY, Mackenzie
  1. EDS/105/14
MAKANA, Getange Jeremiah
  1. EDS/106/14
MAKAU, Muli
  1. EDS/1056/14
MAKORI, M. Emily
  1. EDS/107/14
MAKUNYI, Mercy
  1. EDS/48/14
MAOSA, Jacob Momanyi
  1. EDS/108/14
MARIETA, Elphas
  1. EDS/284/14
MARITIM, Denis Kimutai
  1. EDS/109/14
MASIBO, Nanjala Esther
  1. EDS/24/14
MATIAH, Chelymo Viollah
  1. EDS/1087/14
MAUTI, Mary Nyangarisa
  1. EDS/111/14
MBITHI, Kyalo
  1. EDS/113/14
MBUVI, Hilda Mathei
  1. EDS/114/14
MELLY, Michael
  1. EDS/281/14
MENGICH, Chepkoskei Norah
  1. EDS/115/14
METTO, Eric
  1. EDS/116/14
MIANO, Shelmith Wanjiru
  1. EDS/290/14
MICHENI, Christine
  1. EDS/117/14
MIRIRI, Kenguru Stephen
  1. EDS/296/14
Mohamed, Abdirahman ABDULA
  1. EDS/267/14
MONG'ARE, Benson Miyienda
  1. EDS/129/14
MUCHIRI, Patriciah Nyokabi
  1. EDS/132/14
MUGO, Julius
  1. EDS/133/14
MUHERE, Carsten
  1. EDS/134/14
MUKHAMARI, Dinah
  1. EDS/136/14
MUKHWANA, Amwayi Geofrey
  1. EDS/137/14
MUMELA, Opili Isaac
  1. EDS/144/14
MUSYIMI, Mutethya
  1. EDS/129/11
MUTHONI, N Wanjira
  1. EDS/38/14
MUTIA, Munyao Duncan
  1. EDS/147/14
MUTUA, Florence
  1. EDS/146/14
MUTUA, James Muendo
  1. EDS/148/14
MUTUNGA, Miriam Koki
  1. EDS/270/14
MUTUNGA, Paul Stephen
  1. EDS/149/14
MWAMBI, Mutisya Daniel
  1. EDS/152/14
MWANGI, Ben
  1. EDS/151/14
MWANGI, Francis Wainaina
  1. EDS/157/14
MWENDA, Patrick
  1. EDS/226/14
MWENDWA, Peter
  1. EDS/1038/14
NAMANGA, Rael Chelang’at
  1. EDS/159/14
NCHORO, Joseph Saitoti
  1. EDS/160/14
NDIRANGU, Peter Wambugu
  1. EDS/161/14
NERIMA, Miriam Vivian
  1. EDS/295/14
NG'ANG'A, David Gichuru
  1. EDS/265/14
NGARI, Peter
  1. EDS/285/14
NJOROGE, Serah Njeri
  1. EDS/280/14
NYAMAI, Winfred Muoti
  1. EDS/266/14
NYAMAO, Bosire Bosco
  1. EDS/165/14
NYAMU, Mutethia Geofrey
  1. EDS/167/14
NYANDIEKI, Nyaundi Absolom
  1. EDS/168/14
NYANDWARO, Raphael Osoro
  1. EDS/171/14
NYASAKA, Dennis Otiso
  1. EDS/172/14
NYATANGI, Sabinah Moragwa
  1. EDS/173/14
NYONGESA, Angeline Nafula
  1. EDS/12/14
OBARA, Athanus Peter
  1. EDS/176/14
OBIERO, David Odeny
  1. EDS/177/14
OBUTU, Kerubo Damaris
  1. EDS/179/14
OCHIENG', Nixon Odhiambo
  1. EDS/273/14
ODHIAMBO , Zakhariah Omondi
  1. EDS/180/14
ODHIAMBO, Frankline
  1. EDS/278/14
ODUOR, Millicent Atieno
  1. EDS/183/14
OGECHI, Alfred Akuma
  1. EDS/187/14
OKEBASO, Kerubo Betty
  1. EDS/193/14
OKUNGU, Akoth Goretty
  1. EDS/194/14
OKWAKO, Ouma Kevin
  1. EDS/1036/12
OKWASUMI, Patrick Okeno
  1. EDS/197/14
OMARI, Wycliff Ontere
  1. EDS/198/14
OMAYO, Bosibori Naom
  1. EDS/199/14
OMBURA, Janet
  1. EDS/277/14
OMONDI, Felix
  1. EDS/201/14
OMONDI, Ooko Stephen
  1. EDS/202/14
OMONDI, Peter Ouko
  1. EDS/206/14
ONGAGA, Norman Orero
  1. EDS/40/14
ONG'UNYA, Festus Mahaga
  1. EDS/208/14
ONUKO, Dennis
  1. EDS/210/14
ONYANGO, Isaac Olwa
  1. EDS/49/14
ONYANGO, Joshua Jagero
  1. EDS/212/14
OPIYO, Wayaga Paul
  1. EDS/215/14
OSORO, Mobisa John
  1. EDS/222/14
OUMA, Stephen Odidi
  1. EDS/223/14
OUNDO, Phiona
  1. EDS/225/14
OWUOR, Mercy
  1. EDS/264/14
RONO, Cornelius
  1. EDS/228/14
RONOH, Dominic
  1. EDS/229/14
RONOH, Kimutai Weldon
  1. EDS/272/14
RUGENDO, Grace
  1. EDS/230/14
RUTTO, Abraham Kibichiy
  1. EDS/232/14
SABWENGI, Kimaiga Daniel
  1. EDS/234/14
SAKAYO, Mambo
  1. EDS/236/14
SIFUNA, Benard Juma
  1. EDS/237/14
SIKUKU, Alex
  1. EDS/239/14
SIRO, Haron Orengo
  1. EDS/240/14
TAMU, Kiprono Evans
  1. EDS/1063/14
TIROP, Wyclif K.
  1. EDS/243/14
TOILI, John
  1. EDS/245/14
VUTAGWA, Radhacrishnah
  1. EDS/248/14
WAFULA, Emmanuel
  1. EDS/249/14
WAIRIMU, Jecinta
  1. EDS/250/14
WAKHUNGU, Noah Kibei
  1. EDS/252/14
WAMBUA, Franklyn Mumo
  1. EDS/253/14
WAMBUA, Kinga
  1. EDS/251/14
WAMBUA, Mwanzia
  1. EDS/160/13
WANGARI, John
  1. EDS/254/14
WANGUHU, Jeremiah Kamunya
  1. EDS/256/14
WANJALA, Antony
  1. EDS/99/14
WANZA, Lasalo
  1. EDS/260/14
WEKESA, Godfrey
  1. EDS/259/14
WEKESA, Nasimiyu Hilda
  1. EDS/286/14
YATOR, Dorcas
  1. EDS/261/14
ZUMA, Rajab

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

  1. EDS/07/14
ACHIENG', Apokoh Irine
  1. EDS/02/14
AGANGO, Lazaro Otieno
  1. EDS/15/14
BARASA, Josephat
  1. EDS/1060/14
BARASA, Michael
  1. EDS/16/14
BARASA, Samuel
  1. EDS/1025/14
BOIT, Kiptoo Marius
  1. EDS/22/14
CHARLES, Victor
  1. EDS/25/14
CHENGE, Ezekiel
  1. EDS/1036/14
CHEPKOECH, Mercy
  1. EDS/1047/14
CHERUIYOT, Davies
  1. EDS/1048/14
CHERUIYOT, Bonface
  1. EDS/1069/14
CHERUIYOT, Vincent
  1. EDS/1024/14
CHRISPO, Osoro
  1. EDS/35/14
COSIGA, Moses Calisto
  1. EDS/122/14
DAVID, Mogaka Rafael
  1. EDS/45/14
INDECHE, Shisha Selinah
  1. EDS/51/14
JEPLETING, Naomy
  1. EDS/26/13
JOHN, Onyancha Geoffrey
  1. EDS/1054/14
KANDIE, Kiptoo Alfred
  1. EDS/302/14
KEMEI, Emmily
  1. EDS/1068/14
Khaemba, Catherine N
  1. EDS/72/14
KHAMALA, Zilaina
  1. EDS/75/14
KIIO, Kitetu
  1. EDS/87/14
KIPKOECH, Geoffrey
  1. EDS/89/14
BII, Amos Kiplangat
  1. EDS/1023/14
KIPROTICH, Kenneth
  1. EDS/287/14
KOIMUR, Kenneth Kabute
  1. EDS/101/14
LONGELECH, Gideon
  1. EDS/103/14
LUNG'AHO, Vincent
  1. EDS/104/14
MACHARIA, Rosemary Muthoni
  1. EDS/294/14
MBATE, Margaret Murugi
  1. EDS/68/13
MISIKO, Edwin Nandi
  1. EDS/139/14
MIUNIALO, Emmanuel
  1. EDS/120/14
MNANGAT, Jeremiah
  1. EDS/124/14
MOKUA, Gesare Vanice
  1. EDS/141/14
MURREY, Elijah K
  1. EDS/142/14
MUSAU, Wambua
  1. EDS/154/14
MWANGI, Reuben Kang'ethe
  1. EDS/155/14
MWEBI, Justin
  1. EDS/156/14
MWENDA, Francis Kaimenyi
  1. EDS/102/13
NJUGUNA, Jedidah Muthoni
  1. EDS/170/14
NYANGWESO, Pius
  1. EDS/03/14
OGEGA, Albert Nyakwara
  1. EDS/186/14
OJWANG', Shadrack Lubanga
  1. EDS/192/14
OKUMU, Elias
  1. EDS/200/14
OMOLLO, Emily Adhiambo
  1. EDS/203/14
OMONDI, Victor Odhiambo
  1. EDS/205/14
OMWANCHA, Maria Janes
  1. EDS/207/14
ONGERA, Nyarure Douglas
  1. EDS/269/14
OPIYO, Fredrick
  1. EDS/218/14
OTIENO, Collins Ogore
  1. EDS/227/14
RATEMO, Benard
  1. EDS/238/14
SIMIYU, Nafula Carolyne
  1. EDS/297/14
SIMIYU, Wanyonyi
  1. EDS/241/14
THUO, Fredrick Irungu
  1. EDS/1059/14
YEGON, Erick

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION (TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION)

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING

(MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY)

The following THIRTEEN (13) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING (MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. TED/05/14
AMENDEO, Karimi Glory
  1. TED/19/14
GICHUKI, Paul Thuku
  1. TED/124/14
KEMEI, John
  1. TED/48/14
KURIA, Josphat
  1. TED/69/14
MURUNGI, Mawira Franklin
  1. TED/74/14
MUTINDA, Festus Sila
  1. TED/75/14
MUTUNGU, Samuel Ng'anga
  1. TED/99/14
OMOI, Dennis
  1. TED/104/14
OWINO, Collins

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISIION

  1. TED/13/14
CHERUIYOT, Frankline
  1. TED/33/14
KIMELI, Ezekiel
  1. TED/17/14
MUTISYA, Elizabeth Mbatha
  1. TED/60/14
OSANO, Mose

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING

(BUILDING AND CIVIL TECHNOLOGY)

The following FIFTTEEN (15) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING (BUILDING AND CIVIL TECHNOLOGY)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. TED/06/14
ATIENO, Florence
  1. TED/26/14
JUMAAN, Hassan Fatma
  1. TED/133/14
KAIBIRU, John
  1. TED/120/14
KAMAU, Muigai Michael
  1. TED/131/14
KIMEU, Fridah Mbithe
  1. TED/44/14
KIPTOO, Ngeno
  1. TED/58/14
MBAYE, Lydia Andove
  1. TED/59/14
MBITHI, Tabitha Nthenya
  1. TED/80/14
MWANIK, Namunyak Linet
  1. TED/82/14
MWAURA, Stephen Kihiu
  1. TED/92/14
ODHIAMBO, Richard Ajuoga
  1. TED/93/14
ODUOR, Mercyleen
  1. TED/108/14
SUGUT, Caroline
  1. TED/112/14
WALUKHUCHI, Mercy
       
     
       
               

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

  1. TED/91/14
ODHIAMBO, Alphonce

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING

(ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY)

The following NINETEEN (19) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING (ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC TECHNOLOGY)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. TED/07/14
ATSEWA, Miriam Were
  1. TED/09/14
CHEBET, Faith Sambu
  1. TED/10/14
CHEBON, Jasper J
  1. TED/11/14
CHEPKOECH, Betty
  1. TED/14/14
CHIRCHIR, Geofrey
  1. TED/16/14
EDEYO, Shem Asiligwa
  1. TED/21/14
GATHAIGA, Mwangi
  1. TED/25/14
JUMA, Ambrose B
  1. TED/119/14
KAMAU, Paul Gacheru
  1. TED/28/14
KEMBOI, Kiptoo Dennis
  1. TED/37/14
KIPKEMBOI, Daniel
  1. TED/45/14
KIRIONGI, Amos
  1. TED/125/14
KIRUI, Rodgers
  1. TED/64/14
MULE, Mwongela
  1. TED/88/14
NYAKUNDI, Lorna Kerubo
  1. TED/101/14
ON'GON'GA, Aganyo Isaiah
  1. TED/25/12
WAITHERA, David Kiarie

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

  1. TED/39/14
KIPKOECH, Kipkorir
  1. TED/46/14
KIRUKI, Mwendwa Immaculate

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING

(AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY)

The following THREE (3) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION AND COMPUTING (AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. TED/21/13
LWOVA Mike Musoga
  1. TED/41/13
ONYAMBU, Nyanchama A

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

  1. TED/01/13
ADAMBA, Duncan Lugalia

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

(COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY)

The following ONE (1) candidate SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

  1. TED/1005/14              KIAMBI Benjamin Mutwiri

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

(MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY)

The following ONE (1) candidate SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

  1. TED/07/12      KALUM, Kipkemboi Nicholas

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY

The following FOURTEEN (14) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY ARTS (HEARING IMPAIRMENT)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/01/14 ABDALLAH, ZAINABU MANENO
2 EDN/18/14 CHEPKOI, KIPROP JAMES
3 EDN/21/14 MBETE, DAVID JEDIDAH
4 EDN/27/14 MALIK, HUSSEIN
5 EDN/30/13 MOMANYI, NYARANGI DEBORAH
6 EDN/65/14 MWANIKI, K. PRISCILLAH
7 EDN/96/14 RANDUSI, JEMIMAH BEVLINE
8 ED/SNE/1019/14 KIGEN, FRIDAH
9 ED/SNE/1016/14 BUSOLO, JAVAN

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDN/17/14 CHEPKEMOI, CAROLINE KOSKEI
2 EDN/31/14 KATANA, SIFA CALVINCE
3 EDN/31/13 MORRIASI, OBONYO MILLYCENT
4 EDN/100/14 SHIJEDI, SHEILLAH
5 ED/SNE/1001/14 KIPROTICH, EMMANUEL

The following TWENTY THREE (23) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY SCIENCE (HEARING IMPAIRMENT)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/06/14 AENGWO, Jocelyn
2 EDN/19/14 CHERONO, Lydia
3 EDN/28/14 JUMA, Stephen
4 EDN/39/14 KITHIKII, Rukia
5 EDN/43/14 KUBOCHI, Anne
6 EDN/44/14 LENJO, Sarigha Reginah
7 EDN/48/14 MALENYA, Christine
8 EDN/52/14 MBUGUA, Wanjiru Alice
9 EDN/57/14 MUCHIRI, Muthoni
10 EDN/59/14 MUKENYA, Lian
11 EDN/60/14 MULONGO, Naliaka Isabellah
12 EDN/63/14 MUSUNDI, Erick Sakwa
13 EDN/64/14 MWANDIGHA, Josphat
14 EDN/72/14 NGETICH, Kipkirui Benard
15 EDN/74/14 NJOROGE, Muthoni Isla
16 EDN/75/14 NJUGUNA, Maureen Wangari
17 EDN/85/14 ONYANGO, Collins Ohuru
18 EDN/97/14 SAMINI, Lavinah
19 EDN/99/14 SAOLI, Timanoi Stellah
20 EDN/108/14 WANGA, Veronica Afwande

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDN/47/14 MAKENA, Gitonga
2 EDN/69/14 NDINWA, Ann Muthoni
3 EDN/86/13 OTIENO, Edwin Okoth

The following EIGHT (8) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY ARTS (EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/09/14 AKOTH, Winnie Otieno
2 EDN/25/14 HADJI, Asman
3 EDN/77/14 OCHIENG', Awuor Valencia
4 EDN/90/14 OTIENO, A Basil
5 EDN/93/14 OUNDO, Laban
6 EDN/94/14 OWINO, O. Samwel

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDN/22/14 EDITH, Philly
2 ED/SNE/1020/14 KERICH, Barbara

The following FIVE (5) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment of BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY SCIENCE (EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/10/14 AMAGOVE, Nelly
2 EDN/40/14 KIUSYA, Kathini
3 EDN/114/14 WACHAKANA, Joseph

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDN/34/14 KIENDE, Betty
2 EDN/39/13 NAOMI, Wanjiru Karanja

The following NINE (9) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY ARTS (VISUAL IMPAIRMENT)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/70/14 NGANYI, Geofrey
2 EDN/71/14 NGAU, Christine
3 EDN/82/14 OMOLLO, Stephen Omondi
4 EDN/92/14 OTIENO, Sophy Adhiambo

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDN/55/14 MMBAYA, Metrine Lioshi
2 EDN/66/14 MWEBIA, Jedida Kendi
3 EDN/104/14 WACHILONGA, Nasimiyu Salome
4 EDN/110/14 WANYONYI, Faith
5 EDN/116/14 WAFULA, Daniel

The following TEN (10) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY SCIENCE (VISUAL IMPAIRMENT)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/24/14 GITHINJI, Kiai Peter
2 EDN/29/14 KAMAU, Beth Wangari
3 EDN/83/14 OMONDI, David Ochieng
4 EDN/101/14 SHISIA, Mary
5 EDN/107/14 WAMBUGU, Kabaki Daniel
6 EDN/109/14 WANYONYI, Elizabeth Nangila

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDN/33/13 MUNYIRI, Pauline Wamuyu
2 EDN/20/14 CHIMOLI, Faith
3 EDN/67/14 NALIANYA, Paul
4 EDN/73/14 NJAGI, Daniel Mwaniki

The following ONE (1) candidate SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, SECONDARY SCIENCE (GIFTED AND TALENTED)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDN/115/14 NGORIAKODOS, Simon

BACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, PRIMARY

The following ONE (1) candidate SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, PRIMARY (HEARING IMPAIRMENT)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 EDP/63/14 MUKHOBI, Sarah

The following FOUR (4) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, PRIMARY (EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 ED/SNE/1008/13 MBATHA, Catherine
2 ED/SNE/1013/14 NAMUYA, Lobuin Edward
3 ED/SNE/4000/13 ORWA, Celine

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 ED/SNE/7011/11 OTHUON, Fredrick Otieno

The following TWO (2) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, PRIMARY (VISUAL IMPAIRMENT)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 ED/SNE/7001/14 OKUNYANYI, Phelisters
2 EDP/41/13 MMBALI, Imbuka Celestine

The following NINE (9) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners in 2017/2018 Academic Year for the conferment ofBACHELOR OF EDUCATION IN SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION, PRIMARY (DEAFBLIND)

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-UPPER DIVISION

1 ED/SNE/4001/13 JANE, L. Langat
2 ED/SNE/7002/12 OKAMA, Daniel
3 ED/SNE/1004/14 BARASA, Noel
4 EDP/20/14 FELIX, Mwavi Erang
5 EDP/35/14 KIPROTICH, Gedion
6 EDP/70/14 NG'ANG'A, Grace Njoki
7 EDP/103/14 WAMBUTHI, Caroline Wanjiku

SECOND CLASS HONOURS-LOWER DIVISION

1 EDP/08/14 AWINO, Emelda
2 EDP/41/14 LAGAT, Kipkemboi Hillary

DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (ARTS)

The following SISTY SIX (66) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners for the award of DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (ARTS)

DISTINCTION

1 ED/D/7009/16 IMBAHALA, Janet Khiyoni
2 ED/D/7007/16 KAREGI, Faith Phoebe

CREDIT

1 ED/D/5006/16 AMDANY, Laurah
2 ED/D/5003/16 ASAMAI, Veline Papai
3 ED/D/2017/13 ASIRIGWA, Dennis .H
4 ED/D/1084/15 ATIENO, Rackel
5 ED/D/2010/15 BARASA , Edwin
6 ED/D/2033/13 BARASA, Mildred M
7 ED/D/1089/15 BUNGEI , Mourice Kiplimo
8 ED/D/1099/15 CHEBET, Antonela
9 ED/D/4004/13 CHEBET, Mercy
10 ED/D/1109/14 CHEBOTIP, Tecla
11 ED/D/1077/16 CHEMATUI, Winnie Sasia
12 ED/D/2002/13 CHEPCHUMBA, Sophia
13 ED/D/4020/14 CHEPKORIR, Diana
14 ED/D/4008/14 CHEPKORIR, Emmy
15 ED/D/1048/12 CHEPKWONY, Ruth Chemutai
16 ED/D/1072/15 CHERONO, Vivian
17 ED/D/1055/16 CHIRCHIR, Edna J.
18 ED/D/9041/14 ETISI ,   Lenin   Sakwa
19 ED/D/2000/15 IRAHARWA, Douglas Ombima
20 ED/D/1015/15 JEPKORIR, Salome
21 ED/D/5002/16 KAVULANI, Eva Mukami
22 ED/D/1113/15 KIBET, Amos
23 ED/D/1045/15 KIBET, Irine J
24 ED/D/5008/16 KIIRIA, Martha Wanjiru
25 ED/D/1140/14 KIMUTAI, Godfrey
26 ED/D/1024/16 KIPKOGEI, Thomas K.
27 ED/D/1064/16 KIPKORIR, Janet Jeptanui
28 ED/D/5012/16 KIPKORIR, Kemboi
29 ED/D/1018/16 KIPROTICH, Truphena
30 ED/D/4018/13 KIPYEGON, Brian
31 ED/D/1018/13 KIRUI, Josphat
32 ED/D/2023/15 KONYA, Milcah N.
33 ED/D/1010/16 KURUI, Kipchumba Musa
34 ED/D/1103/14 LENDAPANA, Cynthia Silayo
35 ED/D/1093/15 LUGULU, GODFREY S A
36 ED/D/1093/16 MACROTA, ANYANGO JILL
37 ED/D/1126/15 MAINA, PENINAH WANJIRU
38 ED/D/2014/15 MIROYO, SHEILLAH
39 ED/D/1082/15 MUCHEMI, DORCAS NYAMBURA
40 ED/D/5013/16 MUNYAO, FREDRICK MBITI
41 ED/D/1147/14 MUNYASI, STEPHEN
42 ED/D/1102/15 MUTHONI, ANNE,
43 ED/D/1004/15 MUTHONI, MARGARET
44 ED/D/1007/16 MWANGA, MERCY M.
45 ED/D/5009/16 MWANGI, JOSHUA
46 ED/D/1106/15 NDONG, NANCY AKINYI
47 ED/D/1111/15 NJOGU, ELIJAH
48 ED/D/8001/15 NYANJE, ROSELYNE ELINER
49 ED/D/1137/14 NYONGESA ,NANCY N
50 ED/D/1028/16 ODHIAMBO, LUCAS OTIENO
51 ED/D/9001/15 ODHIAMBO, PURITY
52 ED/D/1077/14 OKELLO, BRIGHTON
53 ED/D/2072/12 OMBOGO, ERIC OMBATI
54 ED/D/1101/15 OORO, RUTH
55 ED/D/1061/16 OUMA, ELIZABETH AOKO
56 ED/D/1076/16 ROTICH, JESCAH CHERUTO
57 ED/D/3015/15 SYLVIA, GENGA
58 ED/D/1069/16 TABUT, JOYCE CHEPKIRUI
59 ED/D/2013/15 TIROP, ABIGAEL
60 ED/D/1110/15 TOROITICH, ROSE
61 ED/D/1036/15 WAITHANJE, PATRICIA
62 ED/D/1056/16 WAMBOI, MONICA K.
63 ED/D/1017/15 WANYOIGE, OBADIAH
64 ED/D/2028/15 WANYONYI, LAURA NAFULA

DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY EDUCATION

The following TWENTY FOUR (24) candidates SATISFIED the School of Education Board of Examiners for the award of DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION (EARLY CHILDHOOD AND PRIMARY EDUCATION)

DISTINCTION

1 EDH/D/2007/15 IKUTWA, Patrick K

CREDIT

1 EDH/D/9018/15 ATHMAN, Abubakar
2 EDH/D/2004/15 BARASA, Abijah A.
3 EDH/D/2008/15 CHELOTI, Moreen N
4 EDH/D/1030/15 CHEPNGETICH, Everlyne
5 EDH/D/8009/15 INGELECH, Judith Okitwi
6 EDH/D/1028/15 JEBASKWONY, Koech
7 EDH/D/1012/15 JEPKEMBOI, Sharon
8 EDH/D/1050/14 KIMELI, Benard Kanda
9 EDH/D/1033/15 KIPROP, Musa
10 EDH/D/1022/15 KOSGEI, Benard Kipkemboi
11 EDH/D/1043/15 LIGARE, Brian Salat
12 EDH/D/1065/14 MAINA, Eunice Wanjiku
13 EDH/D/7005/11 MBOLA, Benter
14 EDH/D/1024/15 MOHAMED, Ali Maimuna
15 EDH/D/1041/15 MUMUDE, Fredrick Obiero
16 EDH/D/1036/15 NALIAKA, Leah Wafula
17 EDH/D/7006/14 ODUORY, Nancy Atieno
18 EDH/D/1032/15 OTIPA, Norwel A.
19 EDH/D/2042/13 SIKUKU, Mercy Nasimiyu
20 EDH/D/7034/14 VUTAGWA, Nakuti A
21 EDH/D/2032/14 WAFULA, Clara Selina
22 EDH/D/2000/15 WANAKACHA, Belinda
23 EDH/D/2002/14 WANJIKU, Zipporah D.
   

PROF. J. K. CHANGACH

DEAN, SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

 

Historical background

Brief History
Moi University was established in 1984 by an Act of Parliament (Moi University Act, 1984) as the second public university in Kenya. This was on the recommendation of a Presidential Working Party, chaired by Prof. Collins B. Mackay, which had collected views from Kenyans about the desirability of the same. Courtesy of his deep and altruistic concern for and interest in the advancement of education at all levels in Kenya, not only as a professional teacher but as Kenya’s Head of State, President Daniel Toroitich arap Moi pioneered the idea of a university in a rural setting.

He, like most Kenyans, had good reasons for this. Among them was the need to decentralize higher education from Nairobi to other parts of the country. The former president felt time had come to create another university away from an urban environment. Not surprisingly Kenya’s second university bears his name. That is a modest tribute to a great and deserving Kenyan.
The University was, therefore established with an intention of making it a science, technology and development oriented institution which would focus on problems of rural development in its training and research programmes. The first group of students, 83 in total, was admitted on October 1, 1984 through a transfer, from the Department of Forestry of the University of Nairobi, which formed the initial one faculty in 1984. This group was housed and taught at Kaptagat Hotel since the new campus location had no buildings. The University Act of 1984 was repealed and replaced by the Universities Act No. 42 of 2012, which is the one in current use. Under this Act, the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology has considerable powers over the operations of both the public as well as private universities.

The University is located in Kesses, 35 kilometers from Eldoret Town, and 310 kilometers Northwest of Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. Moi University has expanded tremendously over the past decade and this can be attributed to the commitment of the entire Moi University fraternity, government investment, strategic partnerships, and the visionary leadership of the University Council and Management. These achievements are a testament to the resilience and fortitude of every faculty and staff member who enabled change at a pace and on a scale never experienced before in the country.

Since 1984, the University has experienced phenomenal growth leading to the establishment of several constituent colleges across the country, many of which have since grown to fully fledged Universities namely Maseno University, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Maasai Mara University, University of Kabianga, University of Eldoret, Karatina University and Rongo University.

As facilities were developed and needs were recognized, new Schools were added, namely Science, Education, Arts and Social Sciences, Business and Economics, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Information Sciences, Human Resource Development, Engineering, Medicine, Public Health, Nursing, Dentistry, Law, Tourism, Hospitality and Events Management, Aerospace, Biological and Physical Sciences and Agricultural Sciences. Recently, with intent to harmonise programmes and optimize available scarce human resources, the University re-established the School of Post Graduate Studies and moved programmes previously under the School of Human Resource Development to the School of Information Sciences and School of Business and Economics. The former School of Human Resource Development has since been converted into the Institute of Entrepreneurship and Development Studies.
From 83 students in 1984, the University currently has a student population of 39,786 with a staff component of 3,000 being both academic and administrative. Currently, the University has three constituent colleges namely Garissa University College, Bomet University College and Alupe University College in Busia County. It also has two campus colleges – College of Health Sciences within Eldoret Town and Odera Akang’o Campus College in Yala Town. In addition, the University has satellite campuses strategically located across the country to bring university education closer to the communities in line with the Vision 2030 as follows: Kitale Campus, Nairobi Campus, Coast Campus, Eldoret West Campus and Annex Campus located about five kilometers from Eldoret Town.

With the new Constitution of Kenya 2010 and the repealing of the University Act of 1984, the Chancellorship of the universities changed, for the first time, from the Head of State to citizens that had distinguished themselves in their professional careers and contribution to national development. The University Act of 2012 gave the mandate and powers to the Commission for University Education (CUE) over the governance of public and private universities on matters of general policy on higher education. Since its inception, Moi University has undergone a number of transformations regarding its governance and operations since the first Moi University Act (No. 10) of 1984. Among the provisions of the Act, the Chancellorship of the university was vested in the Head of State. The Chancellor, under the Act, was given the authority to appoint the Vice-Chancellor, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and College Principals.

Vision
To be the University of choice in nurturing innovation and talent in science, technology and development.

Mission
To preserve, create, and disseminate knowledge, conserve and develop scientific, technological, and cultural heritage through quality teaching and research; to create conducive work and learning environment, and to work with stakeholders for the betterment of society.

Core Values
1. Intellectual freedom, excellence and the truth.
2. Teamwork, networking and culture of peace.
3. Transparency and accountability.
4. Professionalism and social justice.
5. Self-respect, institutional loyalty and patriotism.
6. Continual improvement of services, competitiveness and relevance.

Philosophy
Putting knowledge to work is the University’s guiding philosophy. At Moi University, the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge are synergistically balanced. The University is driven by the process of involvement - involvement in world affairs; in the needs of individuals and their communities, businesses, industries, and governments; in the nurturing of inquisitive minds; in the transfer of ideas from the campus to the market- place; and involvement in societal problems in our country and beyond. The creation of new knowledge that will benefit society is at the heart of the University’s mission. The distinction between basic and applied research has become more blurred as the processes of discovery, scientific inquiry and scholarship inform all aspects of the educational enterprise at Moi University.

Students and Academic Programmes
Moi University serves about 39,786 students via onsite and offsite courses in 233 degree programmes offered by the Institution’s 15 Schools. Students come to Moi University from 17 countries and all the 47 counties in Kenya. To fully derive the educational benefits of a diverse campus, every area of the University is committed to actively pursuing an inclusive environment particularly in relation to students with disabilities.

The University has some of the largest accredited schools of education and business in the country and one of the best schools of Medicine and Engineering in the country. Many of the University’s graduates are absorbed nationally and internationally and contribute further to the educated workforce that helps to fuel the economy and quality of life in our country and beyond.

Faculty
The University boasts of 1000 faculty – 52 and 82 being Full Professors and Associate Professors respectively. Included among our faculty are winners of national and international fellowships and awards.

Research
The University’s current funded research funding totals KShs 1.8bn. The School of Medicine ranks second among the 8 public medical schools for research expenditures in Kenya. The research performed by the faculty is unlocking the fundamental mechanisms of HIV/AIDS (Ampath), cancer (Chandaria Centre), heart diseases, among others. The impact of the University’s health care delivery to Kenyan citizens and communities in the North Rift, Western and Nyanza regions of Kenya is exemplified by the more than 160,000 outpatient visits and consultations that are performed each year by our faculty, staff, and students at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital.
Each year our graduates include approximately 50 MDs, 40 MD residents and fellows, 30 physical therapists, 20 dentists, and 60 nurses. The majority of these graduates continue to practice health care in Kenya. The University also exercises national leadership in interdisciplinary research areas such as research in education (Cermesa) and Peace and Reconciliation Studies.

Economic Impact
In 2011–2015 the Research Office entered into 1 technology and patent licenses with industry and has filed 5 patent applications. These statistics are still well below the expectations of not only the University but the country and efforts at enhancing the research function of the University are urgent. In addition to such entrepreneurial activities and our contribution to training a workforce for Kenya, the University also has a major impact on the country’s economy. The University currently employs more than 3000 faculty and staff, the economic benefits being manifested in the rapid development of Eldoret Town and its environs. The Ampath and other grant-projects have a staff establishment of 3000 whereas Rivatex employs 400 full time employees whose income is a major boost to the economic performance of Uasin Gishu County.

The recent award of the tender by the Kenya Government to the University in conjunction with its external partners for the supply of tablets and laptops to 26 out of the 47 counties in the country is estimated to cost KShs17bn. The spinoffs will contribute to the economy of the County in addition to the accrued benefits to the county’s economy. The University also won the ACE II tender in the area of textile technology for the schools of Physical and Biological Sciences and Engineering worth KShs600m. In addition, the accommodation of students across all the campuses in privately developed hostels provides revenue for the landlords in the vicinity of the University thus contributing to the economic well-being of the counties and the country.

Facilities
Moi University has physical facilities for instruction in the 15 schools albeit, constrained physical facilities against student numbers. These include classrooms, laboratories, lecture halls, residential hostels, re-creational facilities, administrative space among others. The Ampath facility, for example, is the largest HIV/AIDS health care facility in the country. The challenges of modernizing and expanding the facilities are real and due to the rapid expansion, the University has been forced to enter into contractual rentals in Nairobi for teaching and office space.
The university has fully embraced ICT particularly in Financial, Library Information Management Systems and Students Accommodation. There is continued progress towards achieving a fully integrated University Information Management System. The university has undertaken major works in ICT infrastructure which has improved internet and intranet connectivity with high speed in all campuses.

The University has also undertaken several development projects including completion of 2250 hostels (Main Campus), ongoing construction of PDN building at College of Health Sciences and construction of the Library at Annex Campus with a sitting capacity of 2000, construction of Science Building, construction and operationalization of Elimu Mills, acquisition and renovation of Rivatex East Africa Limited and student recreational fields.

The latest University projects are construction of a perimeter wall around the Main Campus, erection high-rise flood lights, construction of modern main gate at Main Campus, construction of four 500-seater capacity lecture halls and the state-of-the-art 6000-seater capacity ultramodern amphitheatre. These are meant to give the Institution a major facelift and position it as a world-class University.

 

 

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