MR. LUNG’ATSO .. PRINCIPAL AT ST. MARTIN’S IN BUNGOMA AND FORMERLY PAUL’S EMULAKHA & MUKUMU BOYS DIES*

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Sir Charles Lung’atso principal at St. Martin’s Mwibale in Kanduyi in Bungoma. Most of teaching and birthplace was Kakamega.

Kakamega county is Mourning….. The Icon is no more! 😢
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My heartfelt condolences to all the St. Martins and St. Paul’s Emulakha family since the year 2000 when this Icon took over from Erambo. He has a been a great Pillar to the community at Large and the whole of Kakamega county.
KHALWALE mourned him saying, “.. Charles Lung’atso, my political advisor & strategist is dead. He was the Principal of St Martin High School in Bungoma. I owe the massive support that I enjoy in Shinyalu to u & ua team. Ua family, friends, colleagues, students and I shall always love u. RIP mwana weru.. “
Lung’atso’s death came a month after the demise of another school head in Kiambu county. Chania Boys High School’s principal Allan Macharia reportedly collapsed during a meeting at the school. Kakamega county has lost several teachers during the month of August 2020. We have had a teacher murdered in cold blood. It is worrying.
Let’s all remember this legend of st Pauls Emulakha.
Peter Amunga formerly at Kakamega high had this to say about the late. “You worked tirelessly all the day long to build Emulakha with your own hands
You moved Emulakha from a zero place to the place of heroes
Shine on your way
Sir
Charles lung’atso

Published by MWALIMU Amunga Akhanyalabandu

Passionate about Advocacy on the REAWAKENING teachers in Kenya and reporting on the MULEMBE Nation. Having worked at the Kenya National Union OF TEACHERS in the advocacy department, I will be able to detail and explain about the welfare of teachers and their point of view on socio economic and political matters. Luhyia are the 2nd most populous ethnic group in Kenya. They are blessed with great land, topography, climate, resources and human Resource. We are also keen on Luhya Renaissance is about making the Mulembe People aware of their blessings, appreciating those blessings, defending them and putting them to proper use for the current and future generations.

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