Uasin Gishu students Travel to Finland for Scholarship Programme

Uasin Gishu students Travel to Finland for Scholarship Programme

Uasin Gishu students Travel to Finland for Scholarship Programme

Parents bid farewell to students who were finally able to travel to Finland thanks to  Uasin Gishu county leadership’s assistance, which broke a scholarship deadlock. The parents sent a sincere thank you note to the county’s present administration for  their unflinching assistance. A portion of individuals who were eventually able to travel to study their desired  courses thanks to the intervention of Governor Jonathan Chelilim Bii have praised  him.

Speaking to the media, parents expressed their gratitude to the county administration for helping to make this opportunity possible. “We have been paying school fees and following the procedure with the county, so we are really delighted. We value the task force that Barorot and Jonathan Bii are leading, a parent said. The parent also disclosed that 44 students recently departed the nation for Finland to complete their higher studies.

The occasion symbolized the fulfillment of years of aspirations and goals for parents, like one whose daughter is pursuing a nursing degree. “My daughter plans to pursue a career in nursing. I’m thrilled because I’ve been looking forward to this day, and it’s finally here,” the father exclaimed with joy.

Recently, several parents and students addressed Mandago and other local authorities regarding the scholarship scheme, which they felt had gone wrong.After confronting authorities on the scholarship issue, one fearless woman gained internet fame. Kenyans were astounded by Mercy Tarus’s daring confrontation of Mandago-led Uasin Gishu leaders. On Wednesday, August 9, during an appearance on Citizen TV, Tarus pleaded with President William Ruto to step in and save them from losing all hope of ever recovering the money stolen in the scam.

Monicah Komen, a student who will be studying nursing in Finland, was one among the pupils who had gained the opportunity to travel overseas. “I’m glad to be traveling now to pursue my goal of becoming a nurse. The journey required patience and was difficult. We are grateful to the county for facilitating our progress. I implore those who are waiting to exercise patience and follow the instructions given by the team that has assisted us, she said. Dotson Anjiya, who was at the airport to see off his sister as she left to pursue a nursing degree abroad, was likewise appreciative that things that had initially appeared to be going wrong had started to turn out in their favor.

The Uasin Gishu Overseas Education Trust, which Members of the County Assembly believed to be functioning improperly, was the subject of accusations from several students in Uasin Gishu that attracted the attention of the entire country.

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