Governor Bii Alias ‘Koti Moja’ Reveals Where His Leadership Skills Were Nurture

Uasin Gishu governor Jonathan Bii has revealed where his leadership skills started.
He says it was during his secondary school journey at Arnesen’s High School that he served as chairman Christian Union.

“It was also during my time at the school that I served as the Christian Union (CU) chairman in Form Two, where I began my journey of ministering God’s word – a passion that still burns brightly within me to this day,” said the Uasin Gishu governor.

Bii who is currently serving his first term as Uasin Gishu governor took over from Jackson Mandago who was elected as a senator.

“Ultimately, I rose to the rank of school head boy, a position that nurtured my leadership capacity and enabled me to serve humanity in all spheres of life. You can see how I am the governor this is where I got the leadership skills,” added Governor Bii alias Koti Moja.

He spoke after he joined the Alumni association of my Alma Mater, Arnesen’s High School, to celebrate 51 years since its inception.

Governor Bii noted that the reunion was filled with fond memories of the four years we spent at the prestigious institution, especially during my prime season from 1986 to 1989.

“As we reminisced, we could not help but recall what we referred to as “the survival of the fittest” in the dining hall, where we would wake up early morning to queue for Uji, an unforgettable scramble,” the Uasin Gishu County Boss said.

During the reunion, he rallied fellow alumni to join hands in putting up a credible framework to marshal resources for the construction of an ultra-modern library, a well-equipped laboratory, and an ultra-modern dining hall.

“We also discussed the need to address the acute water shortage at the institution to help achieve starling performance for posterity,” he added.

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