Beautiful words from the lovely Diana

Diana has sent us wonderful words about her first semester at Kenyatta University, where she is studying Economics and Finance. When Women for Education met Diana and her family in their home in Mutomo this summer, we were touched by her dedicated warm personality and we are looking forward to follow this young woman throughout her time in school and in her future career. Read more about her first semester and enjoy her beautiful and caring thoughts. 

My coming to university is a big dream accomplished in my life at last. I sincerely pass my gratetude to you all for seeing it right to take charge in educating me. I now feel better since i’m now in a position to get the right modelling to become a person of substance in the country and the world at large.

I now feel better since i’m now in a position to get the right modelling to become a person of substance in the country and the world at large.

Upon my coming here i have learned many things, some of them being having been placed into a position to brighten my future, i also have the chance now to exchange ideas with others adequately, thus knowing where we need to join efforts as a people for betterment of the entire nation and the global development too. University life is enabling me practise most theories i learn like issues of creative and critical thinking. Given that the place comprises everything and every sort of persons, morally upright and vice versa, it’s upon one to be wise and choose what best suits them. This requires proper reasoning.

I am hoping that this education will impart knowledge in me which i can use to develop the economy of our nation and the entire world. I believe that the education I’m acquiring will leave me  competent and a prudent person able to fit well in the society interms of manpower, decision-making and provision of solutions to matters of public concern.

Lastly, as a lady, I hope this position of being in campus will create some desire in young ladies too, who feel challenged and would thereafter work hard also to join universities hence boosting the number of literate and capable women from the grassroots. As a result, our grievances as the feminine gender will have a good number to air it and see to it’s accomplishments.

 

Thank you Diana for your positive energy and drive, Women for Education is honoured to support you!

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