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Kabarak University's Wednesday Special Chapel Honors Outgoing Classes 4.2’s and 5.3’s

Kabarak University celebrated the outgoing classes of 4.2's and 5.3's with a heartwarming Wednesday special chapel. The momentous occasion where students were dedicated to the Lord and commissioned to showcase to the world the transformative impact of their Kabarak experience. Led by the students themselves, the chapel featured a panel discussion moderated by the Kabarak University Chaplain, Rev. Justus Mutuku, providing valuable insights into their remarkable Kabarak journey. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry K. Kiplangat, left an indelible mark with his fatherly talk, inspiring the graduates to be the best version of themselves as they embarked on their journey beyond the university's gates.

Kabarak University holds its outgoing classes in high regard, believing that each student's journey is an integral part of the university's legacy. The Wednesday special chapel serves as a poignant moment of reflection, celebration, and encouragement as students prepare to take on the world. As they bid farewell to their alma mater, they are reminded of the values and principles instilled in them during their time at Kabarak.

The special chapel began with a soul-stirring dedication ceremony, where the students were committed to the Lord, seeking divine guidance and blessings for their future endeavors. The commissioning was a symbolic gesture, signifying the students' readiness to leave the comfort of their university environment and venture out into the world as ambassadors of Kabarak's values and excellence.:

One of the unique aspects of the Wednesday special chapel was that it was entirely student-led. The graduates took charge of the service, infusing it with their passion, creativity, and appreciation for the transformative journey they experienced at Kabarak. The panel discussion, moderated by the Chaplain, Rev. Justus Mutuku, provided a platform for the students to share their personal stories, challenges, and achievements during their time at the university.

Prof. Henry K. Kiplangat, the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Kabarak University, graced the occasion with his presence and delivered an uplifting speech. He expressed his pride in the outgoing classes and their accomplishments, reminding them of the vast potential they carried within themselves. Prof. Kiplangat's fatherly talk served as a beacon of inspiration, encouraging the graduates to carry the torch of Kabarak's legacy wherever they go and to be the shining example of excellence and integrity in their respective fields.

As the special chapel concluded, the Vice-Chancellor offered heartfelt blessings to each graduate. His words resonated with hope, confidence, and love, infusing the graduates with the strength and determination to conquer the world. The blessings marked a new chapter in their lives, carrying the spirit of Kabarak's culture of celebrating excellence and molding leaders who positively impact society.

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