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Pioneer graduating class of pharmacy take oath

Pioneer graduating class of Bachelor of Pharmacy today took part in an oath-taking ceremony led by the Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) Hon. Fellow Prof. Isaac Ongubo Kibwage who is also the Vice-chancellor of Egerton University.

In attendance were CEO Pharmacy and Poisons Board, Dr. Fred Siyoi, the Vice-Chancellor Kabarak University, Prof. Henry Kiptiony Kiplangat, the DVC Admin and Finance, Prof. Ronald Chepkilot, University provost, Rev, Prof. Jacob Kibor, representatives of the University management Board, Company pharmacist Lab & Allied, Dr. Simon Mungai, PSK Communication and events lead Dr. Mbau Gitau, and Rongai Subcounty pharmacist, Dr. Jill Mutua -the PSK Vice President central rift Mutua who was representing the PSK president.

Others present were staff of Kabarak University and students.

The Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat encouraged the pioneer graduands to cherish and uphold integrity, excellence, professionalism, patriotism, innovativeness, and creativity as they manoeuvre through their profession.

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