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How love for art, environment drew student’s route to fame

EDUCATION

Rose Koech, a Form Five student at Nairobi’s St Elizabeth Academy, is a darling of her schoolmates and teachers. Her excellent academic performance aside, she is starring in many co-curricular activities, showcasing her artistic streak in various competitions —and winning them!

How love for art, environment drew student’s route to fame

By Phares Mutembei | 8 years ago

Uhasama Mbugani pt.1

Uhasama Mbugani pt.1

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