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HISTORY OF SCHOOL ESTABLISHMENT

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B.O.G Lostdocuments.com does not issue or offer any assistance to obtain any Kenyan documents. All Kenyan documents are issued by the respective government bodies. Lostdocuments simply help you to recover your lost documents.

We also don't hand over the found lost documents. Once you have found your document on this site, we shall direct you to the exact place where your document is then you shall be issued with your document which may require you to carry additional documents to identify yourself.

Lostdocuments contain a comprehensive database of specific location where your lost documents are. This include police stations, hospitals and other places hence helping you to trace them.

Lostdocuments.com contains two types of database records of your lost documents.One type is which we ourself we have compiled. When your document fall in this category we charge you Kshs. 150 which is payed to MPESA paybill number 34572 before we disclose the location of your document. Other records are of documents reported to us by people. We don't charge anything to disclose the location of documents that have been reported neither do we gurantee getting those documents.

Our communication are via phone through the number 0710 456 876 mostly by sms, through our e-mail address lostdocuments.com and our pay bill number is 34572

 

ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE SCHOOL

  1. The school recently bought a brand new 72 seater Isuzu bus bringing to two the number of buses that the school has. This is was neccesiasted by the increase of the school activies hence the need of a couter measure.
  2. The school is alomost completing construction of a new two storey ultra modern tuition block. The first of it's kind in the school, the building has not only redifined the landscape of the school in terms of the school infrasturucture, but this is also expected to reflect in terms of academic perfomance.
  3. We now have a Generator that comes in handy during power blackout hence ensuring that learning process is not affected in any way.
  4. The School also now has it's own Posho mill.
  5. The School recently completed construction of a school bakery.

FORMER PRINCIPALS SINCE 1964

  1. - 1964         Mr. Charles Wasike
  2. 1964 - 1965     Mr. Eliud Simiyu
  3. 1965 - 1967     Mr. W. Agoya
  4. 1967 - 1972     Mr. Richard Wekesa
  5. 1972 - 1974     Mr. Joseph Silikhani
  6. 1974 - 1978     Mr. David W. Welime
  7. 1978 - 1980     Mr. Nderitu Muta
  8. 1981 - 1983     Mr. William Wambwa
  9. 1983 - 1985     Mr. Julius K. Simiyu
  10. 1986 - 1990     Mr. David W. Nguti
  11. 1990 - 1993     Mr. Eliud M. Simiyu
  12. 1994 - 1998     Mr. Richard W. Wafula
  13. 1998 - 2000     Mr. Patrick W. Wamukota
  14. 2000 - 2011     Mr. Daniel W. Mwaturo
  15. 2012 - 20     Mr. John S. Wakwabubi

PROMINENT SCHOOL ALUMNI

smokin wanjala picture Hon. Justice Dr. Smokin Wanjala

Hon. Justice Dr. Smokin Wanjala is a judge of the supreme court of Kenya and a member of the judicial service commission of Kenya and a member of the judicial service commission of Kenya. Smokin Wanjala holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B Hons) from the University of Nairobi, a Diploma in Law and Practice from the Kenya School of Law, a Master of Laws Degree (LLM) from Columbia University, New York and a PhD in law from the University of Ghent, Belgium.

 

 

 

ken lusaka picture H.E Governor Kenneth Lusaka

Born on 18th September 1963, Lusaka went to Kamukuywa primary school, Chesamisi High school. He obtained a second class Honors in Government and History from Nairobi university. He later joined the International Institute of social studies (ISS) in the Hague for a Master of Arts Degree in Public Policy and Administration. He is married with three children.

 

 

The Late Vice President Kijana Wamalwa

Late Kenya’s former Vice President Michael Wamalwa Kijana was renowned for his mastery of English, Kiswahili and Lubukusu mother tongue. The late Michael Wamalwa electrified Kenyan politics with his eloquence that won him many admirers locally and internationally, and across the political divide. The oratory power and knowledge of issues firmed his ideological orientation as liberal democrat that is rare in Kenya’s ethicized politics. He was also known to make personal sacrifices that completely shifted the course of Kenya politics.

 

Governor Akaranga picture H.E Governor Moses Akaranga

H.E Governor Moses Akaranga is the Governor of Vihiga County. Moses Akaranga was born and grew up in Sabatia Constituency of Vihiga County. He went to Mbale Boys School and later Chesamisi High School. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in International Business Administration and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from the United States International University and went on to pursue a PhD in strategic Management from the university of Nairobi. In 2002, he was elected as M.P for Sabatia Constituency. He is married with three children.

 

 

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It is with no doubt that there is a lot that can be written about the 'Buffalo' the academic and extra-curricular giant located on the slopes of the famous Mt. Elgon in Bungoma county.

From a rich collection of prominent alumni who continue to shape the political and economical environment of our great country Kenya and of the entire globe as well, to the heights of achievements that the school now operates at, there is a sense of joy and victory that that envelopes you whenver the name Chesamisi boys is mentioned.

With determination likened to a buffalo, and true to our motto, Chesamisi boys we know where we are going and we thank the Almighty God who has continued to give us strength to serve this great institution on a daily basis and hence contribute to the history of the world.