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Mentorship day


The C.E.O also emphasized on the need to always challenge the process and not the people, appreciating time and space given the fact that the difference between you and great people in the society is time. Development of personal credibility was also a notable wise word that could not be left. Above there was the need to raise above oneself, circumstances and challenges.

In the afternoon Dr.Richard Gakunju took over the mantle from C.E.O Langat and touched on core issues that affect as youth in the society and how we can overcome them. Some the challenges included unemployment, H.I.V &AIDS, Globalization, homosexuality, lesbianism, premarital sex, drug and drug abuse among others. It was quite notable that 75% of our population is below 30yrs that is out of this 15 to 30 years are 30%. This shows the power the youth have in the society if we have to go with the notion of numbers.


But what is shocking is that 56% of criminals are young people aged between 15 to 25 yrs and that the youth make up 33% of the Kenyan infected with H.I.V & AIDS. So comrades we know where the back stops. We need to take control of our selves and our life’s. Many of us are chain smokers, drug addicts and engage in many vices in the society. Many could have fallen off the track by virtue of being victim of circumstance and would like to pick a new leaf in life but don’t know where to turn to. The school has structures to help such people. We have the Deans Office and the guidance and counseling Office in the school. Kindly of you could be a victim of any problem of above mentioned issues get time to visit those offices and you will be assisted.

Thanks to all those who participated