MFA teachers and invited guest in a group photo.
The Moi Forces Academy, Mtongwe, held its 13th Annual Prize Giving Day, for 2018 KCSE candidates, on Friday, 22 March 2019 in Mombasa. The ceremony was presided over by the Deputy Commander Kenya Navy Brigadier Charles Kahariri.
The Guest of Honour and his delegation were taken through the various projects prepared by the students to showcase their talents and innovation. In home science, the students presented cake making procedure under the watch of Mr. Joseph Wambua, who emerged second best teacher the Sub-County Teachers’ Competition. A student, Abdallah Nzari, took the delegation in ICT project guided by Mr. Agostino Mugambi, the head of science in the school while Miss Stella Rai, Vickline Joya and Maheer presented Geography v subject on how volcanic eruption occurs. Later, the attendants had a good moment as they were entertained by the students.
The Likoni Sub-County Director of Education Mrs. Mwaneso Mwanahamisi appreciated the effort and support given by the Kenya Navy to ensure Moi Forces Academy is an academic giant in the county. She noted that the school produced the top two teachers in 2019 Likoni Sub- County Teachers’ Competition.
On her part, the Mombasa Teachers Service Conmission (TSC) Deputy Director Mrs. Riziki Daido thanked all the stakeholders for their contribution in ensuring that the school produces the best. She pledged that the region TSC will give the necessary support to the teachers in order to achieve the school objective.
The chairman of the school’s board of management, Brigadier William Kombe, thanked the top performers in the 2018 KCSE. He challenged the 2019 candidates to prepare early enough and the teachers to ensure syllabus is covered in good time to improve individual grades as well as the mean score. He stated that his office is open for the like-minded with a vision to make the school better in all fields.
Brigadier Kahariri noted that the school has received a new principal, Mr.Benjamin Ngatho, and therefore thanked his predecessor, Mr. Enos Mwaluka together with his board of management who prepared the 2018 candidates. At the same time, he welcomed the new principal and challenged him to ensure the performance improves in the coming examinations and other co-curriculum activities. He stated that the Kenya Navy, being the main sponsor of the school, is committed in improving the standards of the school. More so, he challenged the board of management to utilize the resources in the Kenya Navy to help improve extra curriculum activities. Finally, he challenged the 2019 candidates to make their dreams true by achieving the target set.
Although the mean score dropped marginally than the previous year, 25 students have been admitted in public universities in the calendar year with the best student scoring grade A minus (A-). The top performers in all academics, co-curriculum activities, discipline among others were awarded with various gifts meant to encourage the students to work hard in all fields.
Brig. Kahariri signs of visitor’s book
Abdallah Nzari a form 3 student takes the guest in a science project presentation.
Brig. Kahari plants a commemoration tree.
Form 3 students entertains the guests.
Col Gituma Awards one of the best form 2 students in academics.
Brig Kombe, the chairman MFA board management, awards the 2nd best student in 2018 KCSE exams.
Brig. Kahariri pose for a photo with the 2018 KCSE candidates Mr. Bob Charles Ibrahim who scored A minus (-).