Twenty-eight students from the original class in Missions of Hope International’s (MoHI) first school are part of the group of 48 students who will take the national examinations for college entrance and placement on Oct. 21-22. MoHI began with 50 children in one school in 2000, and has now grown to more than 10,700 children in 19 schools.
The national exams are required for all students who wish to continue their educations in Kenya. Test results will not only determine if they get into a university, but also the one to which they will be assigned. Please keep these students in your prayers as they prepare for this important milestone in their futures:
Students from the original MoHI class who are taking the test are the following:
Ann Muthoni Maina, Belinda Akinyi Ogolla, Brian Gereshon Arogo, Clyde Mukhanzi Shitsukane, Edward Kamau Kiiru, Gloria Nyairabu Nyambane, Jennifer Ndanu Mailu, Jennifer Nduku Mailu, Joan Wambui Njeri, Juliet Wanjira Njau, Kabatla Munyithya Mutinda, Malik Ndidi Mutoka, Mary Achieng Agaga, Phyllis Njoki Muraguri, Priscillah Wanjiru Waweru, Maria Rose Wanjiru, Roseline Aluoch Obiero, Salim Maina Wangui, Samuel Chege Mwangi, Samuel Kathiru Macharia, Saumu Zuhura Bashir, Sophia Wanjiku Mbaria, Stephen Kinuthia Wambui, Stephen Mambo Kanini, Steven Machariam Nyambura, Teresiah Njeri Nyambura, Timothy Kiragu Wanjera, Wyban Mwangi Kanyi.
These students will also be taking the exam:
Anthony Mwangi Wangui, Caroline Wanjiru Kanene, Carolyne Wanjiru Muriithi, Charity Wairimu, Cynthia Zeby, Dennis Gatitu Maingi, Duncan Mwangangi Kitivi, Elizabeth Ng’endo Njomo, Eunice Njeri Nyambura, Irene Wanjiru Macharia, Josephine Ashienge Mbuya, Leah Wairimu Maragara, Martha Auma Agaga, Mary Wairimu Matandi, Mary Wambui Grace, Maryanne Wanjiru Wangari, Maurine Wanja Mavete, Rodney Oduor Ogoll, Simon Simiyu Wafula, Teresia Wambui Mwangi