Moses Wetangula, the National Assembly Speaker, was celebrated for his exceptional leadership and contribution to the people of Bungoma and Kenya at large as he received an honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from Kibabii University during the 7th graduation ceremony.
In his speech, Wetangula expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the Kababii Fraternity for the recognition of his hard work and dedication to serving the community.
He noted that the honor is not only a reflection of his personal achievements, but it also acknowledges the support and inspiration of those who have been part of his journey.
“I pledge to uphold the values of this institution and to use my knowledge and skills to make a positive impact in the world,” Wetangula added.
Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka joined Wetangula in the ceremony as he was recognized for his outstanding leadership and exemplary contribution to the society.
The award of the honorary degree of Doctor of Humane Letters to Wetangula is a testament to his commitment to serving the people of Kenya and his tireless efforts in promoting social, economic and political development in the country.