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^ Kithinji Kiragu


Mr. Kiragu was born in 1952 in Embu District. He served as a Resource Person in the DFID sponsored Mutual review Capacity Development in Africa held in London in September 2004. He has also participated in the same capacity in international conferences and presented papers. He has also facilitated seminars for senior government officers locally. He is awarded the Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya (OGW) in recognition of his achievements.


^ Hasmukh Kanji Patel


Mr. Patel was born on 22nd Mach 1967 in Mombasa District. Through his company, Corrugated Group, he has initiated development of programmes resulting in job creation and also support of various development projects around the country. Mr. Patel has also contributed towards educational development through building of schools in Kilifi District. He is awarded the Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya (OGW) for his support for community development.


^ David Wachira


Mr. Wachira is the current Chairman of Othaya Development Association, an NGO which supports and facilitates development projects in Nyeri District in education, health, water, roads, electricity, agriculture and capacity building of human capital. He is also a member of various development committees and Vice-Chairman of Kenya Bankers Association. Mr. Wachira is among the founders of newly formed Kimathi University in Central Province. He is awarded the Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya (OGW) for his participation in development initiatives.


^ Eunice Njambi Mathu


Mrs Mathu was born on 7th April 1952. She is currently the Managing Director of Stellan Consult Ltd., Editor of Parents Magazine and proprietor of Bodywise Fitness Centre. She is a Trustee of Starehe Girls’ Centre and Member of Business and Professional Women. She also holds membership in media and marketing boards. She is awarded the Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya (OGW) for her contribution to family life education and provision of health facilities.


^ Janet Njeri Mbugua


Mrs Mbugua is the Principal of Alliance Girls’ High School. She has steered the school to greater achievements in the national examinations. Her contributions towards the development of education especially the girl-child education is commendable. She is awarded the Order of the Grand Warrior of Kenya (OGW) in recognition of her dedicated service.


^ Mrs Achieng Abura


Mrs Abura is a musician of international repute and has been a good cultural ambassador for the country through her singing. She has been a role model and an inspiration to many upcoming women singers in the country. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC-Civilian Division) for her achievement and promotion of culture.


^ Millicent A. Onyonyi


Ms Onyonyi was born on 20th October 1967 in Rusinga Island. She has voluntarily counseled teenage girls in Nairobi and Nyanza Provinces and also given general talks to girls on matters of HIV and careers. Through Jopiny Group she has conducted medical camps in Karachuonyo and Suba districts. Ms Onyonyi was previously a women leader in the SDA Church, Nairobi where she participated in community work in Pumwani Maternity Hospital and Langata Women Prison. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC-Civilian Division) for community development.


^ WO II Hamud Abdalla Said


WO II Said was born in 1961 in Malindi District. On 25th July 2003 while on a match and shoot exercise, he tirelessly dived into the Ewaso Nyiro River in a successful effort to retrieve a G3 rifle and an LMG barrel which had fallen into the crocodile infested river. The retrieval was difficult to make without the use of specialized equipment and his efforts were a great motivation to his colleagues. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his bravery and dedication to duty.


^ Sgt. Itipapa Katianyi Koonyo


Sgt. Koonyo was born in 1970 in Narok District. On 23rd July 2003, he daringly saved the life of his fellow officer who had been carried by a crocodile on its back down the River Ewaso Nyiro. His timely and selfless reaction resulted in saving the life of his Section Commander although the crocodile bit of the Commander’s left hand. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his bravery.


^ Sgt. David Wanyonyi Sirengo


Sgt. Sirengo was born in 1972 in Bungoma district. He is recognized for displaying high level of bravery and self defence as demonstrated when he confronted four armed thugs in Kayole, Nairobi and disarmed them. He recovered and handed over a pistol loaded with six rounds of ammunition to the civil police. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his bravery.


^ Cpl. Samuel Otira Onyango


Cpl. Onyango was born in 1961 in Karachuonyo District. On 23rd July 2003, while on a match and shoot exercise, he volunteered to search for a rifle, which had dropped into Ewaso Nyiro River during which time, he dived twice into the river and was attacked by a crocodile. He fought it as his colleagues were trying to save him and was freed with a severed left hand. He is recognized for his efforts in voluntarily and bravely searching for the rifle and became an inspiration to his colleagues. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his act of bravery.


^ L/Cpl. Guhat Malak


L/Cpl Malak was born on 1st July 1964 in Mandera District. He was enlisted into the Armed Forces in 1985 and posted to the 20 Parachute Battalion. L/Cpl. Malak performs his duties with devotion and zeal. He is recognized for acting with valour during a security operation in Baragoi where he lost his hand when they came in contact with bandits in 1999. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his bravery and devotion to duty.


^ S/ACAP Fred Mbithi Mwei


S/ACAP Mwei was born in November 1967 in Machakos District. He was enlisted into the Administration Police Force in 1994 and served in the field until 2004 when he was transferred to the Headquarters. He is currently a Senior Assistant Commandant in charge of planning and research. He is an able Officer who has to his credit the entrenchment of the concept of work plans, capacity building in border security controls and establishment of AIDS control units and also research units. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his dedication to service.


^ Hussein Hassan Molu (Posthumous)


The late Molu was, until his death, serving as an Assistant Commandant of Administration Police Force. He died in a road accident while travelling to Nairobi from Embu to attend a Small Arms and Light Weapons Workshop. While in service he helped to recover 2 AK47 rifles and 20 herds of stolen cattle on 16th April 2001 in Mandera District. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS), posthumously, in recognition of his dedicated service.


SP Jaro Roba


Sp. Roba was bon in 1956. He has served as Administration Police Officer in various districts in the country for twenty seven (27) years rising through the ranks to become a Superintendent of Police. On 12th July 2005, during the Turbi attack where several lives were lost, he was able to recover two AK47 rifles and together with his team of officers under his command, recovered 200 stolen herds of cattle. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his courage in discharging his duties.


^ John Halake Harbale


Mr. Harbale was born in 1966. He was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 1st August 1992 as an Assistant Warden III and rose to his current position of Senior Warden I on 1st August 2006. He is recognized for successfully planning and leading an undercover operation at Tsavo West National Park which led to the recovery of six pieces of ivory being smuggled to a neighbouring country on 17th May 2006. He also led another successful operation within Lamu District on 26th May 2006. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his commitment to service.


Lilian Ochieng Ajuoga


Ms Ajuoga was born in 1976. She was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 21st December 2001 as an Assistant Warden II. She, together with the late Ole Sisina gallantly unearthed illegal poaching of bush meat at Soysambu Ranch in April 2005. Despite the shooting and killing of her colleague, she courageously raised an alarm and her senior colleagues came to her rescue. Several carcasses were also seized by KWS at a slaughterhouse. She is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for gallantly performing her duties.


Cpl. Ibrahim Hassan Choo


Cpl. Choo was born in 1968. He was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 1st March 1990 as a Ranger. He is recognized for his dedication to duty including his participation in disposing of three poachers and recovery of four rhino horns, 240 rounds of 5.56mm ammunition and two AK47 assault rifles. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his dedication to duty.


Cpl. Jilo Boru Hidi


Cpl. Hidi was born in 1968. He was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 1st March 1990 as a Ranger. He is recognized for his dedication to duty including his participation in disposing of three poachers and recovery of four rhino horns, 240 rounds of 5.56mm ammunition and two AK47 assault rifles. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his devotion and dedication to duty.


Josphat Kaibiru Mutegi


Mr. Mutegi was born in 1985. He was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 8th July 2005 as a Ranger. He is recognized for his dedication to duty including his participation in disposing of three poachers and recovery of four rhino horns, 240 rounds of 5.56mm ammunition and two AK47 assault rifles. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his dedication to duty.


Benedict Kiplimo Kemboi


Mr. Kemboi was born in 1982. He was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 8th July 2005 as a Ranger. He is recognized for his dedication to duty including his participation in disposing of three poachers and recovery of four rhino horns, 240 rounds of 5.56mm ammunition and two AK47 assault rifles. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his devotion to duty.


Sgt. Geofrey Munene


Sgt. Munene was born in 1964. He was enlisted into the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) on 4th July 1989 as a Ranger. He is recognized for his dedication to duty including his participation in disposing of three poachers and recovery of four rhino horns, 240 rounds of 5.56mm ammunition and two AK47 assault rifles. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his devotion to duty.


^ John Makyo Ouma (Posthumous)


The late Mr. Ouma was a hard working officer who until his death was the Deputy Regional coordinator Eastern Region of the National Security Intelligence Service. He died in a plane crash in Marsabit while on a peace keeping mission together with other government officers. He is recognized for his efforts in fostering peace dedication to service. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS), posthumously in recognition of his exemplary performance of duty.


^ James Kirumbi Kimani (Posthumous)


The late Prof. Kimani served as Managing Director of University of Nairobi Enterprise and Services Ltd. (UNES), which he initiated. During his career in teaching at the university, he held senior positions and appointments and received several academic awards for his research work. Prof. Kimani played an instrumental role in the development of Module II Programmes at the University of Nairobi and also in the development of studies in Human Anatomy in the country. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS), posthumously, in recognition of his achievements in the development of education.


^ Gilbert Mlyanga Siang’a (Posthumous)


The late Mr. Siang’a was born on 1st August 1959 in Nambale, Busia District. He joined the Civil Service in 1985 as an Assistant Secretary and rose through the ranks to become an Under Secretary. Until his death, he served with dedication and commitment. He was instrumental in conflict resolution and peace building initiatives and he died while on a peace mission to the northern part of Eastern Province. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS), posthumously, in recognition of his dedicated service and efforts in maintenance of security.


^ Lazaro Akunga Kimang’a


Mr. Kimang’a was born on 4th December 1955 in Kisii District. He is the Treasurer and Chairman of Finance Committee and also Administration of the St. John Ambulance Kenya. He has rendered selfless service and contributed to mankind as a senior volunteer of St. John with outstanding dedication, devotion and commitment for eighteen (18) years. He has been active in national development through support of the disadvantaged and vulnerable members of the society and also supporting government efforts during national disasters. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his dedicated service.


^ Dr. Donati Njama


Dr. Njama was born on 17th May 1940 in Taita-Taveta District. He has served in the St. John Ambulance Kenya selflessly for 26 years rising to the rank of Deputy Chief Surgeon. He has been most instrumental in the growth of the medical committee which sets and oversees standards of services in the medical profession by developing and reviewing training materials. He initiated HIV/AIDS activities and free medical camps and is also involved in disaster response activities and management of incidents. Dr. Njama has sacrificed his time to provide free medical services in children’s home and slum dwellers and is also active in community health education. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his exemplary service.


^ Ramesh Chunilal Mehta


Mr. Mehta was born on 27th April 1945 in Kisumu District. He has served St. John Ambulance Kenya for eleven (11) years providing able leadership to the Council in Nyanza region. In 1994, he sourced for an ambulance from the Lions Club of Kenya which is still providing services to residents of Kisumu and its environs. Mr. Mehta has served St. John Ambulance selflessly and has used his personal resources to support activities of the organization. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for his selfless service.


^ Margaret Consolata Wamuyu Wanjohi


Ms Wanjohi was born on 25th December 1950 in Kirinyaga District. She is the Principal Nursing Officer at St. John Ambulance Kenya. She has been one of the most dedicated volunteers having served for twenty eight (28) years in various capacities. She is also the Deputy Chairperson of the Medical Committee of the Organization and is an active member of the First Aid Training Committee. She has helped to develop the HIV/AIDS curriculum for St. John and also participates in medical camps for the disadvantaged communities and assists in sourcing for food and clothing to be donated to the poor. Ms Wanjohi is also actively involved in casualty rescue missions. She is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for her tireless efforts in service to the needy.


^ David Wainaina Waweru (alias Maasai)


Mr. Waweru was born on 4th April 1974 in Nyandarua District. He is mason and has been constructing residential and business premises both in Nairobi and in Naivasha town. Mr. Waweru selflessly and voluntarily participated in the rescue operations during the collapse of a building along River Road in Nairobi in 2006. He was also involved in assisting the victims of the August 1998 bomb blast in Nairobi. His efforts won the admiration of officers who were involved in the rescue operations. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS) for tireless efforts in rescue operations.


^ Fr. Angelo D’Agostino (Posthumous)


The late Fr. D’Agostino was born on 26th January 1926 in USA. After working in his native country he came to Kenya in 1981 to work among refugees. In 1990 he started Nyumbani Children’s Home an orphanage for HIV poitive children in Nairobi. By the time of his death in November 2006, the home catered for 95 orphans. He also started other institutions for disadvantaged and vulnerable children. He is awarded the Silver Star of Kenya (SS), posthumously for his tireless efforts in philanthropic endeavours.


^ S/Sgt. William Kipkurui Rono


S/Sgt. Rono was born in 1958 in Bureti District. In August 2006, he successfully modified and fabricated accessories for the Tucano Puma aircraft to enable it effectively operate in hostile conditions. He modified the gun, fitted it and upon testing on 24th August 2006, it was found to be effective in its intended capability and operation. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) in recognition of his initiative and commitment to service.


^ S/Sgt. Josephat Famba Walucho


S/Sgt. Walucho was born in 1966 in Bungoma District. Following the need to install an air version gun to a Puma aircraft, he and his colleagues successfully fabricated its electric firing trigger, safety switch and electrical cable to the gun. Through his hard work and devotion to duty, he successfully modified the puma gun and upon its testing, it was found to be effective in aircraft self defence when operating in hostile conditions. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his noble initiative and commitment to service.


^ Sgt. Duncan Thiga Njenga


Sgt. Njenga was born in 1961 in Nakuru District. Following the need to install an air version gun to a Puma aircraft, he and his colleagues professionally fabricated its electric firing trigger, safety switch and electrical cable to the gun. Through his hard work and devotion to duty, he successfully modified the puma gun and upon its testing, it was found to be effective in aircraft self defence when operating in hostile conditions. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his initiative and commitment to service.


^ Sgt. Samuel Kipyegon Bett


Sgt. Bett was born in 1960 in Nandi District. In August 2006, he helped in the modification and fabrications of accessories for the Tucano Puma aircraft to enable it effectively operate in hostile conditions. He modified the gun, fitted it and when it was tested on 24th August 2006, it was found to be effective in its intended capability and operation. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his dedication and commitment to duty.


^ Snr. Private Dorcas Chepkemoi Mutai


Snr. Private Mutai was born on 1st July 1979 in Kericho District. She is recognized for having been one of the first ladies to volunteer and qualify as a paratrooper. She is currently attached to the 20 Parachute Battalion. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC-Military Division) for her dedication to service.


^ Snr. Private Mercy Njeri Githaiya


Snr. Private Githaiya was born on 1st January 1976 in Nyandarua District. She enlisted into the Armed Forces in 1994. She has distinguished herself in being among the first ladies to volunteer and qualify as a paratrooper. She is currently attached to the 20 Parachute Battalion. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC-Military Division) for her dedication to service.


^ SSP Rose Wanjiru Mbae


SSP Mbae was born in 1954. She was enlisted into the Police Force on 26th November 1973 as a Constable. She served in various stations countrywide including Nairobi Area Railways Police, Coast province and Central province and is currently stationed at Muranga District as Office Commanding Police Division. SSP Mbae has worked tirelessly to bring down crime in the district and relates well with other stakeholders in the field of security, an initiative that has helped to curb crime. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for devotion to duty.


^ CI Harrison Wambua Muindi


CI Muindi was born in 1957. He was enlisted into the Police Force on 3rd October 1997. He has served in various capacities including as Officer Commanding Station (OCS). He is currently stationed at Moi International Airport, Mombasa where he has maintained very high level of security alertness thus guaranteeing safety to passengers and workers. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for exemplary performance of duty.


^ IP Paul Maingo Mumo


IP Mumo was born in 1969. He was enlisted into the Police Force on 16th December 1989 and subsequently served at Oyugis Police station, as Instructor at Kenya Police Training College and also in the Presidential Escort. He is a disciplined and courageous officer who has displayed a sense of professionalism, patriotism and dedication to duty. He is a thorough investigator who performs his duties well to the satisfaction of his seniors. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his dedication to duty.


^ Snr. Sgt. Gerald Muturi Maigua


Snr. Sgt. Maigua was born in 1961. He was enlisted into the Police Force on 1st September 1981 and served at the General Service Unit (GSU). He has represented the country in international shooting competitions including the United Kingdom Bisley Championships and in West Germany in 1989 and also in the UK in 1991, 1995 and in 2004. He has also served as a UN peacekeeper for two years in East Timor. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his outstanding achievement in international sports and peace mission.


^ Cpl. Zabed Muriuki Maina


Cpl. Maina was bon in 1964. He is currently stationed in Nairobi area and has been involved in high risk operations within the city where he has encountered very dangerous criminals. He has managed to courageously pursue them leading to their arrest and prosecution. He has also recovered firearms, ammunition and other stolen property during such operations. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his commitment and devotion to duty.


^ Cpl. Ezekiel Masake Wanga


Cpl. Wanga was born in 1979. He is an investigator who performs his duties with dedication. Besides his investigative assignments, he has also served in general duties in various parts of the country. Due to his immense investigative skills, he has won several commendations. He is an asset to the Police Force. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) in recognition of his dedicated service.


^ Const. George Mulongo Kwoba


Const. Kwoba was born in 1974. He is a patriotic Police Officer who has excelled in the field of athletics. He is a member of the Kenya Police athletics team and has represented the country in various championships abroad including the African Championships held in Mauritius in August 2006. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his achievement in sports.


Const. Const.Paul Kimutai Langat


Const. Langat was born in 1976. He has served in the Police Force for seven years in Nairobi during which time he has exhibited a high sense of responsibility and courage while going about his duties. He has confronted armed and dangerous criminals in the city and managed, with support from his colleagues, to arrest them and recover stolen goods. Some of the criminals arrested have been jailed and others are awaiting determination of their cases. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) in recognition of his devoted efforts in enforcing the law.


^ SSP Samuel Mbugua Kimwere


SSP Kimwere was born in 1954. He was enlisted into the Administration Police in 1976. On 5th July 1990 at Fino Division of Mandera District, he led a team of officers in pursuit of Somali nationals who had killed three Administration Police Officers and robbed them of their firearms. The team arrested them and recovered the stolen firearms and other goods belonging to the Kenya Government. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his commitment to service.


^ SP Masoud Mwinyi


SP. Mwinyi was born in 1977. He has served in the Administration Police Force for ten years being in charge of records at the Administration Police College. He is an outstanding officer who has proved to be very reliable and dependable. He can be called upon to give directions and guidance wherever there is difficulty. He works without supervision and he is a result oriented officer. He is currently in charge of public relations, community policing and complaints. He has managed to effectively roll out community policing in 20 districts and other Administration Police welfare projects. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for exemplary performance of duty.


^ CI Kisemei Sarimoi


CI Sarimoi was born in 1952. He was enlisted into the Administration Police Force in 1974 and rose through the ranks to his current position of Chief Inspector. He has always put duty before his personal commitments and has displayed exemplary skills. He is an alert officer who undertakes his responsibilities with diligence. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his devotion and commitment to duty.


^ IP Hassan Aljir Isaack


IP Isaack was born in 1970. He was enlisted into the Administration Police Force in 1996 as a Constable and rose through the ranks to become an Inspector. He has been instrumental in setting up and structuring of ICT faculty at the Administration Police Training College and introduced programmes tailored to improve efficiency and accountability in the department. A computer lab is now operational and IP Isaack has single handedly overseen the training of over 200 officers. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his initiative and commitment to duty.

^ Const. William Pokoni Ngorwa


Const. Ngorwa was born in 1979 and is currently and Administration Police Constable. On 25th June 2004, he managed to dispose of two gangsters who had commandeered a vehicle in Narok district. He recovered two US made revolvers with eight live ammunitions. One suspect was arrested and Kshs. 95,175 belonging to a tobacco company was recovered from the gangsters. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for dedicated service.

^ Const. Jacob Mekii


Const. Mekii was born in 1979. On 13th September 2002, he managed to secure and guard Kshs.7.5 million after a Securicor van that was carrying it overturned in the outskirts of Eldoret town. He ensured safe handling of the money and medical attention for those injured. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) in recognition of his dedication to duty.


Const. Ali Mwinzagu


Const. Mwinzangu was born in 1970. He was enlisted into the Administration Police Force in 1996 and has served with dedication and commitment. In July 2003, while stationed in Kwale District, he intercepted a lorry carrying uncustomed goods including clothes and sugar worth five million shillings. Two culprits were arrested and duty was later paid to the government. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) fro exemplary performance of duty.


^ Jedida Lynne Onyango Nyangayo


Ms. Onyango was born in 1962. She was enlisted into the National Youth Service (NYS) as a volunteer servicewoman in February 1979. She is stationed at Yatta Field unit and deployed as a farm officer, a duty she has done well especially in the sector of integrated modern horticultural farming with the introduction of green houses. She has contributed immensely to the generation of Appropriation-In-Aid through the sale of farm products. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for her devotion and commitment to service.

^ Joseph Kingoina Nyakundi

Mr. Nyakundi was born in 1963. He was enlisted into the National Youth Service (NYS) as a volunteer service member in January, 1983. He is deployed at the NYS headquarters, Operations Branch where he handles radio communication, and is also engaged in counselling services at the Service’s VCT centre (a collective campaign towards HIV/AIDS awareness and eradication). Mr. Nyakundi has done well in his assignment, which has seen many VCT centers opened in major stations of the NYS. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his dedicated service.


^ Asha Yusuf Anoor


Ms Anoor was born in 1962. She was enlisted in the National Youth Service (NYS) as a volunteer servicewoman in January 1983. She is stationed at Nairobi Holding Unit and in charge of Senior Officers Mess. Because of her organizational skills and knowledge in catering services, she has been able to revamp the mess to quality status. She handles very important visitors well during official functions to the satisfaction of the administering authority. As an officer, she also handles other duties in line with her job description perfectly well. She is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for her devotion to duty.


^ Peter Kingori


Mr. Kingori was born in 1952. He joined the National Youth Service (NYS) as untrained technical teacher in November, 1976. He later undertook technical teacher course and qualified as a Technical Instructor. He is stationed at the NYS Tana Basin Road Project as the Principal of the mechanical training school. He has performed well in training skilled youth for self sustenance thus contributing to development of skilled manpower needed in the job market. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his dedication to duty.


^ Samuel Muthike Mule


Commandant Mule was born in 1962. He was enlisted in the National Youth Service (NYS) as a volunteer serviceman in July, 1983. He rose through the ranks to become Commandant, a position he still holds and currently deployed at the NYS Headquarters, Operations Branch. On account of his superb coordination and technical advice on good methods of agricultural practices, the service has realized increased collection of Appropriation-in-Aid from its farming field stations. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for commitment to the service.


^ Edward Rukunga Karagania


Mr. Rukunga was born in 1951. He was enlisted into the National Youth Service (NYS) as a volunteer serviceman in July, 1972 and later offered employment as an electrician. He is stationed at the Mechanical and Transport Branch in charge of electrical installation and maintenance services. Besides his routine assignments in maintenance works, which cover service projects and stations in remote locations where generators are used for electrification purposes, Mr. Rukunga also undertakes on- job-training instructions for students attached to his section for practical work. He is awarded the Head of State’s Commendation (HSC- Military Division) for his dedication to service.





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