Scholars - Form 4

Daniel Owino was 14 years old when he became a CMETrust recipient. He lives with his brother in Mathare and has three sisters and three brothers. At MCEDO primary school, mathematics was his favourite subject but he also enjoys football and drama. Daniel wants to continue his education in order to fulfil his dream of becoming an accountant.

  

Emily Wangu was 15 years old when she became a CMETrust scholar. She lives with her mother and two brothers, and enjoyed science at Kiboro primary school. Emily would like to continue her education to one day become a lawyer, and in her spare time she enjoys playing football with friends.

  

Peter Maina was 15 years old when he started his CMETrust scholarship. He lives with his parents and three sisters and three brothers. Social Studies was Peter’s favourite subject at MCEDO primary school. He would like to study to become a meteorologist.

  

Ignatius Maina began his CMETrust scholarship when he was 14 years old. He lives with his father and has three brothers and two sisters. He attended Ndikwe primary school where he enjoyed mathematics and hopes to continue that interest to eventually become an engineer. Ignatius loves playing football and volleyball.

  

Lizton Warwena was 16 when she began secondary school with a CMETrust scholarship. She lives with her mother and has one sister. She attended Moi Air Base primary school, where social studies was Lizton’s favourite subject. She wants to succeed in school to eventually become a doctor, and takes part in various athletics in her spare time.

  

Daniel Shitandi began his CMETrust scholarship when he was 15 years old. He comes from a large family of five brothers and two sisters and lives with his father. At MCEDO primary school, he enjoyed social studies and was eager to continue to secondary school to help his family rise out of poverty. He’d like to pursue a career in accounts and enjoys playing football.

  

Claris Makungu became a CMETrust recipient when she was 16 years old. She attended Valley View primary school where science was her favourite subject. She lives with her parents in Mathare and has two brothers and one sister. She’d like to continue studying medicine in order to become a doctor, and enjoys playing football in her spare time.

 

Ian Wanjiru became a CMETrust recipient when he was 18 years old. He lives with his mother and has two brothers. At Valley View primary school, Ian’s favourite subject was mathematics and he’d like to further his education in business and accounting. Ian likes playing football with friends in his spare time.

  

George Odhiambo began his CMETrust scholarship when he was 15 years old. He lives with his mother and his one brother and three sisters. Back at Wileyce preparatory school, English was George’s favourite subject. Now he hopes to further his education to make his future brighter, and would like to study computer science.

  

Dominic Otieno became a CMETrust scholar when he was 15 years old. In Mathare he lives with his mother and siblings and loves both football and swimming. At Excellent Care Centre and School, Dominic liked mathematics the best. He has ambitions to study medicine and become a doctor.

 

 

Joan Aluoch was 15 when she became a CMETrust scholar. She lives with her uncle and has one brother and three sisters. Joan’s favourite subject at Ebenezer Christian primary school was mathematics. She has hopes of becoming a doctor and enjoys debating and verse speaking.

  

Brian Ouma was 16 years old when he became a CMETrust scholar. He lives with his mother and has one brother and three sisters. At MCEDO primary school, Brian’s favourite subject was mathematics and he enjoys playing football. Brian wishes to continue his education to become an engineer.

  

Amos Odhiambo was 14 when he started his CMETrust scholarship. He lives with his mother and has three brothers and four sisters. Amos’s favourite subject was mathematics at E.L.C.K. primary school. He would like to study law and enjoys football with friends.

 

Sharon Achieng became a CMETrust scholar when she was 16 years old. She lives with her parents and has five siblings. At MCEDO primary school, Sharon’s favourite subject was science, which she hopes to continue to study to be a doctor when she’s older. She also likes playing netball in her free time.

  • published this page in Scholars 2016-11-14 21:08:13 -0500

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