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Kisii High Old Boys launch kitty to build new structures and support needy students

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A section of kisii school old boys led by nyaribari chache mp Richard Tongi and kitutu chache south member of parliament momoima onyoka during the fund drive in aid of the construction of Kisii school old boys tuition complex. Photo brighton Makori

Kisii High School Old Boys Association (KHOBA)have launched a kitty to build new structures and support needy students  in the institution.

The alumni have come together  as the best social responsibility to give back in  developing   their   school. 

Speaking during a fund drive of the new structures , the chief  guest who is also  an old boy and the  CEO Rentco  East Africa  said the association is aim is  to see the prosperity of students who are learning in the institution. 

Nyasimi noted that they will provide support for the needy  students and support them. 

“We have started ‘adopted a child ‘a program that will help needy students who can’t afford school fees and sponser them, “said Nyasimi. 

He noted that the association will also benefit them by getting jobs for graduates who went through the school and help themselves to link up in getting new jobs and businesses. 

School principal Moris Ogutu said  that the aim of the old boys is to bring  alumni  back home to the  old school  that have shaped  them. 

Mr Ogutu  asked  the allumni to shape  direction  of the juniors  and increase  level  of participation on the noble of giving back to alma mater 

The principal  stated that  the school has more than 2,000 students with minimal structures and this makes learning difficult for students. 

“We have fewer classrooms, laboratories, libraries, dining halls,  playing ground and dormitories, therefore, giving us hard time to minimize them, “said Ogutu.

Among the old boys are  governors     James  Ongwae(Kisii),  John  Nyagarama (Nyamira),  Wycklife Oparanya (Kakamega) ,  Cornel  Rasanga(Siaya),Cabinet Secretary  Fred Matiang’i , senators, Professors and other  several members  of parliament are among the alumni of the school.

Nyaribari Chache  MP Richard Tong’i  and Kitutu Chache  MP Richard Onyonka  applauded the alumni  on what they have shown   which can be embraced. 

The legislatures   asked  other  alumni  also  to give back  to their  schools. 

They pleaded  to the  Community to invest in education.  

The school  was  started  in the year  1934.