The expanse of Kitui County complete with it’s hills and valleys, different sands and soils as well as a collection of institutions is also home to Kakululo. The secondary school in Migwani was the venue for a unique meeting as it was the host ground for two trustees of the Optiven Group, Mary Wacuka and Bishop Phillips Kitutu. The duo were in the area located in Mwingi North Constituency where they took good tidings to parents of 10 pupils who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations in 2019.
There is a certain sprint in the young lad’s walk as he looks around to familiarize himself with the environment. Clear confidence engulfs his little stature as he occasionally looks to his left where his father is and to the right where his mother reassures. To those who do not know him, Andy Michael Munyiri is your usual primary school child - kind of like those in class 6 from any primary school. But there is something about his thoughts and the desire to have a better world that sets him apart.
In the green hills of Miiri lies the border of between Nyeri and Kirinyaga counties – a green landscape, permeated with numerous banana stumps many reeling from the weight of the green fruit. Across each road is a picturesque of farms on end with arrowroot leaves craning their necks to outdo each other for sunshine as the women, men, and children alike pull out huge tubers of sweet potatoes.