Kabarak University students win the Wildlife Easy Competition.

Meli Stacy Jepchumba (right) a student from the School of Business and Economics was the 1st runner-up, and Lilian Ngina (left) was the 2nd runner-up under the higher education institution category, during the Wildlife Easy Competition. The competition was part of the celebration to mark the International Wildlife Day which was held at Lake Nakuru national park. Under the theme, “Recovering key species for ecosystem development”, various speakers emphasised the need to support the restoration of wildlife habitats and ecosystems. The university was represented by the Public Policy and Analysis Club (KUPPAC).

Essay competition winnersEssay competition winners: Meli Stacy Jepchumba (right), Lilian Ngina (left)

 

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