Sometimes in the face of disenchantment and fear, it’s not hope that inspires action but action that inspires hope (Michael Xavier). While comrades experienced a cocktail of emotions about how this week would unfold, the sweet turn of events gave them all the reason to marvel. It will go down in the history of T.U.K as one of the most memorable weeks due to these:
The students who are currently enrolled in the term system sat for their exams. While some seem unprepared due to getting stuck in the maze of national politics, others were more than anxious to scribble down the tiny knowledge they grasped from the online tutors. P.D.F came in handy too. They were mandated to sit for more than one paper on some day(s).
2. Nominations for S.A.T.U.K Awards.
The commencement of these nominations was officially announced on Sunday morning. It sent all into a frenzy. Cute faces were unleashed on posters as each competed to woo a larger audience. Indeed, beauty is such a strong currency. Unfortunately, student leaders could only contest for the award of Student Leader of the Year Award. President Mani attributed this on the basis that one can’t sit for an exam that was set by themselves and also reverberated that the nomination process will be transparent.
3. H.E.L.B Disbursement.
Eventually, Higher Education Loans Board heard about the plight of students. It disbursed funds to some students. There was merry all over. Nyakwar Otare, the current Blogger of the Year award 2021/2022 announced this good news via the official WhatsApp Group. Many commended the Secretary-General, Boniface Harrison, for following up on the matter.
4. Birthday Party.
The president, Peter Mani and the former aspirant for Sports’ Docket, Lameck Kaka, held a joint birthday festivity at the Alvin Lounge in Mirema on Friday. It was an open invitation. The allure and benevolence of the duo were reciprocated with a warm reception from everyone. Comrades enjoyed the ambience as they danced their stress away. They eventually nibbled on the delicious cake baked by the blessed hands of the talented Kanini Enterprise. Comrades and their devotion to sherehe should be asserted as the eighth wonder of the world.
5. S.B.L.S Fun Day.
The school of Biological and Life Sciences held their fun day on Friday at the institution. It was a spectacular opportunity for students to celebrate their milestones and friendship. Moreover, they also shared a cake and other delicacies. Calvin Otieno, the school representative, took that opportunity to dish out leadership and scholarly acumen.
6. T.E.B’s Declaration.
It is alleged the T.U.K.E.L.S.A Election Board endorsed Fredrick Oundo Barasa as their flag bearer of the presidential election. The other aspirants decided to shelve their ambitions for him. Nyabola opted to contest for Secretary General, Tony Blair decided to defend his current seat while Tony Blair Pire would vie for the Sports Docket. There were mixed reactions in the famous Whatsapp Group, T.U.K Blast. Some applauded the move while others dismissed the news as a hot air balloon. The Super Admin, Josphat Kioko, declared his immense support for the current Academic Secretary, Barasa.
7. T.U.K Gusii Bonding.
The family of T.U.K Gussi held a bonding session at City Park on Saturday. The session was open to all. They came together and shared light moments as they celebrated the gifts of mother nature. They all looked sharp in adorable outfits and beaming smiles. Suffice it to say, their smiles were an embodiment of their contentment and greatness.
8. S.M.A.S Bonding Session.
The School of Mathematical and Actuarial Science orchestrated an event on Saturday at Oloolua Nature Trail. The organizer of the event was his pekness Maurice Cornel Otieno. It was such a fulfilling day as they mingled with gusto.
This ends the climax of the summary of what happened in T.U.K in the last week of September. We hope you enjoyed it. Leave a comment.