UEAB Somesha Fund adopted

The Ueab Alumni who met at the Nairobi Extension discussed on issues relating to giving back to their University in which they adopted the Somesha Fund a financial fund that will support the financially struggling students who have stayed long in Baraton.

The Fund modalities were presented to them by the Former student leader, Elijah Oenga. The Alumni meeting that was chaired by interim chairman, Mr Evans Mosomi agreed to work out on their coming together to check out what is happening at their former University and how they can support back.

Previously at Parklands SDA Church, Present ueab Alumni praised the quality of education they received from Baraton and its relevancy and applicability in their daily activities.They challenged the SDA members saying its so unfortunate that they are pleading to Adventists to know know the value of Education they have.

Commenting on the Somesha Fund meeting via social media, Cliff Ombiru, the current SABU President, had this to say: 

While we open this new trimester, I would like to take this opportunity to thank Elijah Getui Oenga for facilitating the SABU seminar and for spear heading the Somesha Fund which is encouragingly materializing, I would also like to thank all other Alumni for the support they have offered and for the hope they are giving us; students. (Incase you would like to know more about what they are doing visit the facebook group: Ex-Baratonians N The Memories') This academic year apart from looking forward to influencing some positive change within the University and increasing student events and activities, SABU will also be keenly taking heed of its economic status with the mind of starting projects that will offer, affordable services to students and raise funds to sponsor student activities, we will keep you informed on the progress.