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Old Starehians fundraise for Form 1 students

Widow of the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth was honoured

In Summary

• All the proceeds went towards supporting the endowment fund

The alumni of both Starehe Boys and Starehe Girls centres hosted a fundraising dinner at the Movenpick Hotel on November 29 to cater for fees for form 1s who will be joining the schools next year. 

All the proceeds went towards supporting the Starehe Schools’ endowment fund — the Griffin Memorial Endowment Trust.

The dinner was hosted by the school director Josphat Mwaura and the Old Starehian Society chairman Raymond Rayno. Also honoured were the widow of the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth, whose brother Imran Okoth attended the event. The chief guest was former Chief Justice Willy Mutunga

Kibra MP Imran Okoth and the late Ken Okoth's wife Monica Okoth
Kibra MP Imran Okoth and the late Ken Okoth's wife Monica Okoth
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Former CJ Willy Mutunga and Starehe Boys Centre director Josphat Mwaura
Former CJ Willy Mutunga and Starehe Boys Centre director Josphat Mwaura
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An emotional Canute Waswa wipes tears as he remembers the late Ken Okoth
An emotional Canute Waswa wipes tears as he remembers the late Ken Okoth
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Starehe Boys Centre band entertains guests
Starehe Boys Centre band entertains guests
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Class of 98 members
Class of 98 members
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Old Starehian Society chairman Raymond Rono and National Oil's Chrinus Genge
Old Starehian Society chairman Raymond Rono and National Oil's Chrinus Genge
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