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Bob Mwiti: Businessman Hosts Farewell Party For Kenyan Who Landed Lucrative Job in U.S

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Businessman Bob Mwiti hosted a farewell party for a Kenyan who landed a lucrative job in the U.S. Photo: Bob Mwiti Facebook.

A U.S.-based Kenyan businessman has hosted a farewell party for a Kenyan who got a lucrative job in America.

Bob Mwiti held the party at his home in Tampa, Florida in honour of Nick Osoro a beneficiary of his Kenya Airlift Program.

Osoro is relocating from Tampa to Minneapolis, Minnesota where he landed a job.

According to Mwiti, Osoro will be working as a data analyst at a multi-billion dollar company.

“Today at my home in Tampa, Florida, my family and a few other students celebrated and bid farewell to Nick Osoro who is an esteemed beneficiary of The KENYA Airlift Program,”

“Nick is relocating from Tampa to Minneapolis, Minnesota next week, where he is about to start a fantastic Job next month as a Data Analyst with a multi-billion dollar company,”

“Nick graduated 2 weeks ago from Saint Leo UNIVERSITY here in Tampa with an MBA in Data Analytics. We wish him all the best,” Mwiti said.

The Kenya Airlift Program was founded in 2018. The organization helps brilliant Kenyan students achieve their dreams of studying in North America regardless of their financial background.

This mission is achieved by covering relocation, tuition and living expenses for students through a combination of unsecured student loans and scholarships with partner universities.

Bob Mwiti is the co-founder of the Kenya Airlift program.

Speaking in an interview with People Daily, Mwiti narrated that he was the result of a teenage pregnancy.

This was why he was raised by his grandparents as his parents continued their education.

His education journey began at a local public primary school in Meru called Gikumene.

There, he topped his KCPE class in 1977.

He was called to the prestigious Nairobi school but his guardians could not afford the sh 50, 000 school fees demanded.

Consequently, Mwiti joined Nkubu High School, where he sat his KCSE and graduated with a B plain.