No regrets about this.We are HIBREEDS.GOD had those GOOD gorgeous plans for us to go through "THE KENYA POLICE-TECHNIC". May his abundant blessings fall upon us 4ever.CHEERS BUDDIES and keep the spirit high up above the rest skyscrapping(...but NOT U-HOOLIGANISM...it got scrapped out 2gether with that kiddish age).
For sure, poly where my career history bgan is so unique in East,Central and Southern Sahara Africa. I do appreciate all efforts that the institution has made to make it a recorgnized academic palace. Actually now with the introduction of degree it will remain unbeatable. Hongera Poly wewe ni kama mama mzazi.
Recently i read that soon Poly will be offering degrees too. Thats a very positive development, a huge step forward and for all those who made it possible, am sure the future generation will appreciate their effort. All is not lost , is it?
Oh my man, Gitaru I didn't know you could sound that sobber especially when I brought in the bitter language of politic. It is good to hear that you loved the institute because I am pretty sure that it has ashare into the model you are todate,if you act as an ambassador to the institute I think it will help solve the crisis of shortage of colleges of Higher learning. just imagine 30 millions against the only five goverment universities so congratulation to poly and the likes because now I can eat bread out of the benefits I got from poly. Gitaru bye and please forgive me if I ever insulted you in my polical riddles.
i was just taking a little trip down memory lane Nicholas. I loved Poly and the time i spent there. I did not have an opportunity to vote but i will always vote for any measure that benefits everyone and not just a few individuals. For me like you said, the future is more important. Am glad that at least the common man had a say in the outcome of the whole issue, it was the wish of the people.
Wewe wacha yaliyopita si ndwele.....yajayo. Something good id good like how .Atleast now the new folks have a bus and this is another credit to the board and staff. Gitaru you have got it wrong again did you take BANANA it sounds a a a a like somebody who's vomitting tupa mbaya so what pumbavu
Yes for sure but do you remember poly was the the only institution of higher learning that did not have a bus to ferry students to official engangements and we had to pay our own fares to a sports meet in utalii. Talk about learning how to survive, poly taught us that. I must agree.