On 9th December, Nova Pioneer ushered in a new dawn at the official opening of the Eldoret Campus.
Ushered in by exhilarating traditional dancers, our chief guests PS Ministry of Education Belio Kipsang and the Governor of Uasin Gishu, Hon. Mandago, together with other distinguished guests including the Trans Nzoia Governor, Hon. Patrick Khaemba and world-renowned athlete Eliud Kipchoge, ceremoniously planted trees at the campus’ driveway to mark the new dawn for Nova Pioneer in Eldoret.
Keys to the campus were handed over to Nova Pioneer’s East Africa Managing Director, Danae Pauli, by the CPF Group Managing Director, Mr. Hosea Kili, marking the official handover of the campus from the contractors to the school’s management.
Powerful speeches were delivered during the ceremony, and we were privileged to hear from two of our pioneer students from our Secondary Schools in Tatu City. The two students; Edel Cherono from Nova Pioneer Girls Secondary in Tatu City and George Chebii, one of our alumni students from Nova Pioneer in Tatu City, emphasized the impact Nova Pioneer has had on their lives. “I am ready to take on the world,” said George Chebii.
“The partnership between Laptrust and Nova Pioneer ensures that the school focuses its resources on its core strength; delivering world-class education to transform the lives of all students across its network. Laptrust, through the partnership, will enhance returns for its members and continue to ensure a healthy funding level for sustainability for the fund,” said Hosea Kili, County Pension Fund/ Laptrust CEO and Administrator during the ground-breaking ceremony.
The colorful ceremony was crowned by the cutting of a beautiful cake with the Moi University choir filling the auditorium with so much vivacity and cheer.
In the spirit of High Expectations and Greater Together, we take this opportunity to welcome all Novaneers to make this world the place they wish to live in!