KDF Mentorship Session At The M-pesa Foundation Academy
Lieutenant Catherine Ngaine engages the Academy students in discussing the organization and formations of the Kenya Air Force.
The Kenya Defence Forces conducted a mentorship session at the M-pesa Foundation Academy in Thika.
Leading a deligation of mentors from the three services of the KDF, Colonel Education, Colonel Patrick Kamanda, said that the KDF is aiming at mentoring the young generation to ensure that they make the right decision in their life. Colonel Kamanda added that offering such mentorship to the youth is a way of motivating them and giving them ideas of what to do in life and becoming successful. He further urged the students to work hard to ensure they can secure the careers that KDF is offering to the youth in the country noting that KDF will always give chances to youth who have various professions.
The mentors included Major Richard King’ori, Major Mwangi Gachagua, and Kenya Air Force’s pilots Captain Samuel Ndegwa, Capt Jezrel Mbogho Zau and Lieutenant Catherine Ngaine.
Director of Teaching & Learning M-pesa Foundation Academy Dr. Steve Walker welcomes the visitors to the mentorship session at the Academy.
Colonel Education Colonel Patric Kamanda introduces other military officers to the students and staff of the M-pesa Foundation Academy before the start of the mentorship session at the M-pesa Foundation Academy sports hall.
Colonel education Colonel Patric Kamanda gives his mentorship address to the students of the M-pesa Foundation Academy at the M-pesa Foundation Academy sports hall.
Military officers led by Colonel Education Colonel Patric Kamanda and M-pesa Foundation Academy students salutes during the singing of the national anthem before the official start of the mentorship session.
Major Richard King’ori of Headquarter Kenya Army the M-pesa Foundation Academy students through the roles and organization of the Kenya Army.
The Chief Executive Officer M-pesa Foundation Academy Mr. Les Baillie addresses the students and visitors during the mentorship session at the M-pesa Foundation Academy.
Major Mwangi Gachagua interacts one on one with the M-pesa Foundation Academy students during the mentoring session.
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