MWAK Conducts Educational Mentorship In Moi Air Base Schools

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Members of the Military Wives Association of Kenya (MWAK), on July 21, 2022, extended their mentorship program for schools sponsored by the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) at the Moi Airbase Schools.

The team led by the Chairperson, Mrs. Tabitha Kibochi, and vice chairperson Mrs. Aileen Ogolla, toured Moi Air Base Primary School, Moi Forces Academy Primary School, and vice chairperson Moi Forces Academy Secondary Boys School, all of which are situated at the Moi Air Base in Eastleigh, Nairobi.

In her remarks, MWAK Chairperson Mrs. Kibochi implored the learners to put more effort into academics to ensure they attain their dreams and expectations as future societal leaders.

On the same platform, Mrs. Ogolla echoed Mrs. Kibochi's sentiments on discipline.

"Mediocre characters don't often succeed in life." She added.

Dr. Mary Odhiambo, a member of MWAK, urged the students and pupils to adopt positive habits that help avoid attributes that will derail them from achieving their goals in life.

"Don't be distracted by things that will lead you against achieving your goals in life." She said.

The MWAK team further awarded top performers and best-improved learners in last term's exams and donated lockers, desks, and revision materials.

MWAK members were joined by the Base Commander at the Moi Airbase, Brigadier Samuel Kipkorir, Kenya Defence Forces Chaplaincy led by Lieutenant Colonel (Fr) James Karanja, and other senior officers.

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