Waiguru Overjoyed as Child Helps Brookhouse School Win Mainland Competition
Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru is a glad mother as her child was among a group of Nairobi’s Brookhouse School understudies that packed away a continental award as of late.
Brookhouse School was announced the winner of the College of Dundee’s African Schools Mooting Rivalry 2021.
The current year’s competition united students from Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria, and Zimbabwe, and saw 13 groups present a defense against a restricting direction under the steady gaze of two adjudicators.
The groups were needed to make entries in an anecdotal common law offer under the watchful eye of the UK High Court.
Ghana’s Tema Worldwide School (TIS) and Chisipite Senior School of Zimbabwe completed in second and third places individually.
“This is the fifth Counterfeit Preliminary Rivalry Dundee Graduate school has run in Africa. While the worldwide pandemic implied that we couldn’t lead the opposition up close and personal, the move online made the way for making it a container African occasion. It was awesome to bring schools and youngsters together from across the mainland,” said Teacher Peter McEleavy, Attorney, Educator of Law and Scholastic Lead for Sub-Saharan Africa at the College of Dundee.
“The standard this year was the most elevated we have experienced. The senior secondary school students had the chance to grasps with complex lawful ideas and created convincing entries. I have most likely that many will proceed to be legitimate stars of things to come.”
Governor Waiguru took to Twitter on Saturday to salute her child Ron Waiguru for being essential for the eight-part Brookhouse School winning group.
Individuals from the triumphant group got a £100 (Sh15,000) voucher each and a grant of £5,000 (Sh750,000) each year in the event that they apply and be acknowledged to Dundee’s LLB programs.