Kisumu Day’s Appeal Rejected, Agoro Sare to Represent Nyanza Region in National Level
Kisumu Day’s Appeal Rejected, Agoro Sare to Represent Nyanza Region in National Level. At the next Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSA) competitions in Kakamega, Agoro Sare will formally represent the Nyanza Region.
The Nyanza Regional Education Director Nelson Sifuna told Education Highlights on the phone today that the appeal filed by Kisumu Day was found illegitimate, useless, and worthless.
It is true that Kisumu Day appealed a decision concerning a student who played for Agoro Sare, and we gave them every chance to make their case. The boy was initially enrolled at Usenge High School, not even Dagoretti as was claimed, according to the records.
He was formally enrolled at Agoro Sare since his admission in September of last year.
Agorosare will now represent Nyanza Region in the upcoming national games as a result of the jury rejecting the appeal, according to Mr. Sifuna.
The school will vigorously compete at the competition, according to Agorosare Principal Titus Okeyo, and bring home the requisite victory as well-established perennial champions in both academics and extracurricular activities.
“Agoro Sare is a well-known university that produces well-rounded graduates. I can assure you that we are making serious preparations with the intention of competing in the East Africa Regional Games, according to Okeyo.
Agoro Sare will compete against teams from the Coast region’s Serani School, the Rift Valley region’s Solidarity Boys, Nairobi’s Dagoretti School, and the Western region’s Shandarema School, which won the competition.
Bute Secondary will be in the North Eastern Region, Matiliku High in the Eastern Region, and Kirangari High in the Central Region.