The Technical University students cannot wait for the month of October to come to a halt. Election fever is back and cocoons are being regrouped. The wannabes can be seen greeting even walls along the corridors of TUK and wearing smiles they’ve never had since birth. I would want us to move forward but not before we review each outgoing leader.
Just like the big fish take over the water territories, this article will mainly focus on those who had higher stake in the satuk.Scaling is based on every leaders manifesto and how he or she achieved each one of them. After all, they never consulted any comrade before they came up with them. Starting from the least preferred leader to the most liked fellow;-
7: Racheal Cheptoo – SATUK Deputy President. I took close to 30 minutes trying to remember her name. Actually whoever knows her and knows what she has done to them personally or in her capacity as a leader can feel free to share. Infact, her manifesto became more of a cloud than a reality. She never did anything and in a scale of 10,she earned 1 point.
6: Peter Mani – SATUK President. Did we really have cheap foods at the canteen as you promised a year ago? A lot can tell, SATUK Awards was not free and fair. Under your leadership, we had a cultural day instead of a cultural week. In terms of being organized in response to some issues, you were the guy. Due to more lamentations than praises, 2 out of 10 suits you, Bwana Chair.
5: Yuvenalis Ogeto(Pablo) – Sports, Culture and Entertainment Secretary. Should I start with the cultural week money or the budget? Not yet, I won’t go past accountability, you never performed as I had envisaged. Yes, I endorsed you and supported you in last year elections only to get a bunch disappointments. What should I mention to salvage your image?…I’m stranded,maybe someone can help me out.You garnered 3 out of 10 for your humbleness.
4: Boniface Muema wa Harrison – Secretary General. Yes sir, you fought for the disbursement of HELB loan to comrades. Basically you did your work, updates and negotiations on behalf of students. Not even a spot of tribalism was spotted in you. We appreciate your service with 5 out of 10!
3: Mercy Kimani – Gender and Social Welfare Secretary. Kudos on bringing the MSF doctors without borders to partner with TUK. Also, for organizing a successful pads drive which has made pads available in your office and ladies’ hostels for one academic year. For your politeness and humbleness, 6 out of 10 is enough.
2: Frederick Barasa – SATUK Academics Secretary. Yes you did it Mr. Academics. The SATUK bursary allocation was excellent. Class representatives allowances wasn’t that bad, you tried. Kudos man! 7 out of 10. Though being a Negroes’ project(those who supported Peter Mani last year) has diminished his worth and the possibility of him winning SATUK Presidency is very low.
1: Muchoki Kirera – SATUK Finance Secretary. He is the man who moved the masses this period. He did the best both in office and outside the office. In his tenure, he has uplifted many young people, impacted many lives and nurtured a lot of talents.
Secondly, he facilitated the activation of 5 companies in school and these companies gave students the chance to make money on a part-time basis and also build connections with influential students like Nyakwar Otare, Kijana Ya TUK and many others. Hence, contributing to the empowerment of students.
Thirdly, he became an overnight sensation thanks to his frequency of holding grand events in school that are filled with nothing short of opulence. This year, he held the First-Ever Biashara Week. I wish the sports and entertainment was also under in his docket, he would have scored 100% but still 9 out of 10 suits him. Congratulations and God willing, he is going to be the next SATUK President.
Edited by Abuya Stanley And Chemuu.
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