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Set Green Hill Academy: The Owner Of The Best Performing School In Kisii And Nyamira Counties

By Staff Writer

Set Green Hill Academy is among the best performing primary schools in Nyanza and Kenya by extension. The school is owned by Charles Mochama who doubles up as a politician.

Education/Career

According to his about section on Facebook, Mr Mochama attended Kwale High school and later joined Egerton University for his undergraduate and his Masters.

He has been a consultant/advisor Eastern Africa on on policy, strategies on anti -poverty interventions at World Bank Africa. 

Politics

Mr Charles Onsongo Mochama ran for the Nyamira county gubernatorial seat on a Jubilee Party ticket in 2013 and 2017 general elections where he lost to the late John Nyangarama. Despite his development track record, he was contesting for the seat on a party that wasn’t popular with voters.

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Family

Set Green Hill Academy proprietor is a married man. In 2015, a leading news outlet reported that he would buy his daughter a car after she performed exceptionally well in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination. Sandra Boyani, a former Alliance Girls High School student, had scored 84 points.

His father said at the time:

“She has saved me more than Sh600,000, which I had set aside for a parallel course. Now, I will use it to buy her a car. And yes, I had promised her a car if she performed well,” said Mr Mochama.

Mr Charles Mochama is a father of four.

Brother

He has a brother known as Albert Mochama. It is not clear if he is still the deputy principal of Nyakemincha Secondary in Nyamira county. According to an article appearing on Hivisasa, Mr Albert was involved in an accident that left two people dead in . The now defunct online news outlet reported in 2018 that the deputy principal was drunk at the time the accident occurred. He reportedly hit a lorry from the rear.