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Senator Gideon Moi presides over 16th Kabarak University graduation [Photos]

By Julius Chepkwony | December 18th 2020

 Kabarak University Chancellor Dr. Gideon Moi (left) with VC Henry Kiplagat during the 16th graduation ceremony at the main campus in Nakuru county today.

Baringo Senator Gideon Moi on Friday presided over the 16th graduation ceremony at Kabarak University as the substantive Chancellor.

It was the first graduation to he held after the death of the founder and the second president of the Republic of Kenya Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.

The university is one of the flagship and landmark institutions of higher learning left by Mzee Moi, who died on February 4. It was founded in 2000.

Some 704 graduates were conferred with degrees, awarded diplomas and certificates.

In his message to the graduands, Gideon said the men and women have drunk from the fountain of knowledge founded 20 years ago.

“You have achieved this milestone because of your hard work, determination, sacrifice and dedication. Your achievement today is a sign of a bright future, both for you and for our nation. In you we see an empowered nation.”

Also present was VC Henry Kiplagat who attended the ceremony at the main campus in Nakuru county.

Members of the Kabarak University choir entertained guests at the graduation ceremony that was partly held virtually in line with the Ministry of Health Covid-19 regulations.

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