Technical University of Kenya just like other institutions has been on the crème dela crème of nurturing great men and women. These are some of the students that their names are not new on TUK premises. Some of them are currently serving in Students Association of Technical University of Kenya (SATUK) thus drawing them further in the limelight. The list compiled is based on information gathered between January, 2021 to April, 2021.
1: Millicent Naserian.
She is a fourth year, pursuing Bsc in Event Management. She is the only living testimony of the ‘looks can earn you power.’ Apart from her powerful influential nature, still she won out of her good looks.
She is the current Deputy Speaker in the Student Association of Technical University of Kenya and also serves as the Congresslady of SHHE. Her good communication strategy on social media platforms makes her outstanding.
Confirmed reports indicate that she’s representing Daughters of Maa in Kenya, where she represent Kajiado, Turkana, Samburu, Laikipia, Narok and Baringo.
2: Abbie Muthoni.
Nothing more could be said about Abbie Muthoni that has not already been said. Currently a third year in the school of Mathematics and Actuarial Science.
She is currently the Female Representative Of School Of Mathematics and Actuarial Science (SMAS). She has featured in one of the Nyakwar Otare WordPress articles as the 3rd best student leader of the month.
Describing herself as a humble person, Abbie says, “I am also a very ardent supporter of feminism and equality hence am a proud feminist.” She believes in equality and power of a woman. Teasingly, she should consider vying for an executive post in the next SATUK elections. We need such beautiful icons in power, beauty and knowledge are twins.
3: Fredrick Barasa.
He is a third year, pursuing Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. He is the current School Representative of School of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
Despite his silent leadership style, he has made it to be the most cherished by many students. Students say he is not as radical as most union leaders but acts when required. He has the 2nd highest follower base within the institution’s social media space after SATUK Academic Sec, Tryphone Oloo.
4: Lucy Wanjiku Irungu.
Currently she’s in year three, pursuing degree course in Industrial and Applied Chemistry. A soft spoken lady who has this insatiable desire to work and serve comrades. She is credited for serving the students she mingles with each single day selflessly.
She is currently the Female Representative of School of Chemistry and Material Science. Much would be talked as her achievements as a Congresslady.
Here at Nyakwar Otare WordPress, we would like to encourage all students to emulate her strong command of power. She has raised the bar too high within the three years in the University.
5: Abuya Stanley.
Famously known as padfoot. Currently, he’s in year two, pursuing International Relations and Diplomacy. He has risen to fame and created his own brand due to his aggressiveness in the field of blogging, after being nurtered by his senior Nyakwar Otare.
He is a great mobilizer and a crowd mover. Trust me you, if you want to have an all – round interactive and well attended activity in TUK, Abuya is your first and best option. He might be a crucial figure in SATUK politics. Going by his current status thus, he may be the youngest and most elaborate male influencer in TUK today.
6: Reagan Mutimba.
He’s the current SATUK Speaker and also School Representative of the School of Health and Biomedical Sciences. Talk of the real qualities of a leader, the guy had them all. With less controversies he carried the crowd as the best speaker that has ever existed in TUK.
His words, though not pushed through the throats of students are always taken with seriousness with which they deserve. As a student leader, he has been able to tap bursaries from the constituency development funds allocation for Mumias West Constituency and have them awarded to students.
7: Were Were.
Popularly known with his slogan, “Hakuna mkate ngumu mbele ya chai.” Fred Were Ng’ani is a third year student in the school Of Architecture & Spatial Planning.
His selection as one of the most influential students in TUK is attributed to the prompt enactment to accomplishments of some of the issues that he has been raising in the recent past in TUK in a bid to better the institution.
On his political aspirations in & out of TUK, he responded, “In TUK, I will present my candidature to my fellow students and ask them to entrust me with the position of the SATUK Chair in the next elections while outside TUK,I will tell you people when that time is ripe.”
8: Faithfulness Joshua.
Faithfulness Joshua, a 2nd year taking Computer Technology has one rare characteristic of doing things knowing the risk rather than expecting a reward. He successfully played a crucial role in hosting Ajira Kenya for a week at school for tech training. That training attracted as many students as possible.
Through his social media platforms he has been able to preach hope as well as engage people on matters governance, jurisprudence and the economy. He has amassed huge influence especially among ladies.
9: Lamerck Kaka.
He is a 3rd year in the school of Health and Biomedical Science. A TUK drama club member since his campus day one, Kaka has grown socially through his dancing & acting. He is a must watch dancer within the streets of TUK. He drew attention to almost everyone last year where he claims to have been the face of delegates.
10: Zachary Owenga.
He’s a second year engineering student Of the school of Resource & Infrastructure Engineering. He was identified by our team as one of the most hardworking class reps that work day & night to facilitate easier learning experience for comrades in his class. He also had a vision of helping male comrades that were being ignored by their female counterparts thus he came up with the Zack Hook Ups.
Other notable students within the university who deserve a special shout include:-
11: Typhone Oloo – SATUK Academic Sec.
12: Cliff Oketch – SATUK President.
13: Clinton Mariera – SATUK Sec Gen.
14: Kisiagi – Social Media Influencer.
15: Josephat Kioko – Blogger.
16: Sir Musa Lee – Taekwondo Captain.
17: Bradha Dezz(Desmond) – Classrep.
18: Wahinya – 2nd year, SBMS.
19: Kijana Ya TUK – Memelord.
20: Ambassador Declinch – SISS.
21: Onyango Lenox – SCRE.
Given that this list is the first of its kind in TUK, @ Nyakwar Otare WordPress recognizes that it might not be 100% accurate because of diversity of the students. Nevertheless, the list is unbiased because the views expressed herein are not those of @Nyakwar Otare WordPress but those of TUK Students.
Edited by Siama Philbert, Edmond Oduori and David Kamau ( Dexter).