Recently, one name has been making headlines in Kenya for her fearless dedication to bringing attention to issues plaguing the education sector. Mercy Tarus is a proud graduate of Kabarak University. She paid a courtesy call to Kabarak University's Vice-Chancellor, Professor Henry Kiplangat, in his office, and their meeting was not only productive but also filled with moments of laughter.
She exemplified the spirit of a Kabarak University graduate, someone who understands their identity and stands up for what is right. Her journey began at Kabarak University, where she acquired the knowledge, skills, and values that have propelled her. This visit to her alma mater, Kabarak University, serves as a testament to the institution's commitment to producing individuals who understand their purpose and are willing to take a stand for what they believe in.
During her courtesy call to Professor Henry Kiplangat's executive office at Kabarak University, Mercy Tarus engaged in a candid conversation with the Vice-Chancellor. The meeting wasn't just about discussing her recent move but also about future endeavors. Professor Henry Kiplangat, an esteemed academic leader, and Mercy Tarus, who are both launching their books this month, found common ground and shared a vision for a brighter future.
Mercy Tarus's recent endeavors and her visit to Kabarak University serve as a reminder of the powerful impact that education can have on an individual's character and sense of responsibility. As a Kabarak University graduate, she embodies the values instilled by the institution. Mercy Tarus is not just a graduate of Kabarak University; she is a symbol of hope and change in Kenya.