Mr & Miss MKU Nairobi Campus have a passion for charity
Mr & Miss MKU Nairobi Campus 2015 want to work with the physically disabled and the under priviledged in rural Kenya. Vivian Karendi will form an association that will specifically target this segment of the population. “They have been ignored for long,” she says. She will partner with Bernard John who has started an initiative dubbed Republic Boom, whose main focus is helping young musicians hone their creative talent. The Runners-Up in the search for Mr & MKU Nairobi were Constaciah Ngeneke (Supplies and Procurement) and Churchill Shirachi (Criminology)
Mr & Miss MKU Nairobi Campus Vivian Karendi and Bernard John, both Journalism students.