The first ever edition of Mr. and Miss JKUAT KISII CBD Campus went down on Saturday 11th July 2015 at Tulia Lounge in Kisii town.
The event was organized by the Jomo Kenyatta University Student Union (JKUSO) Entertainment Secretary, Vincent Mang’abo was graced by the presence of the Director and Deputy Director of JKUAT Kisii CBD Campus; Prof. Johana Sigey and Dr. Walter Okibo respectively. The hall was also full to capacity with administration staff, members of County Assembly, students, and other invited fellow students from across a number of tertiary institutions within Kisii town who came to witness the occasion. Among the guests of honor was Miss Tourism Kisii County 2014/2015, Ms. Judy Marani a graduate in B.Sc. Public Health also from JKUAT Kisii CBD Campus..
The occasion created room for students to showcase their different talents and cultural diversities at large. The event came to a climax at the coronation of the King and the Beauty Queen of the night. The event attracted a good number of entries and gave a stiff competition among the participants. The judges were given a tough task and run for their money for the models did all deserve a price but we all where there is competition there has to be a winner. And among the finalists three ladies and three gentlemen who participated, the judges had to make a tough calling of who was to become the First Mr. and Miss JKUAT Kisii CBD.
The ultimate winners of the title were Daniel Change for Mr. JKUAT Kisii CBD who’s a Bachelor of Commerce student fourth year and Divinah Kwamboka Onguso who undertakes Bachelors of Purchasing Supplies Management in second year as Miss JKUAT Kisii CBD. The two winners are now set to represent the campus at the annual Mr. and Miss JKUAT beauty pageant event. We all wish them the Best of Success and may they represent the campus with pride.
The Director, Prof. Johana Sigey was pleased with organization of the event and in his remarks thanked the organizers and participants alike for making it a success and most importantly for uniting students and making others to be attracted to the institution.