A LUHYA VILLAGE SUB_COUNTY WITH OVER 100 PHDs. (TRENDING)

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Did you know that Luhyiah Land has a sub-county with over 100 professors and people with PhDs ?????!!!!

The most learned geographical location in East and Central Africa? Yet its also one of the poorest place in Kenya?

FUNYULA Sub-County of Busia County (Samia).
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Prof Agola Auma-Osolo – International Relations
Prof Helen O. Mondoh – Mathematics, Education
Prof Julia Ojiambo – Food Science/Nutrition
Prof Michael Sajabi Masinde – Ophthalmologist
Prof Fred Were – Paediatrics and Child Health
Prof Henry Okolla Nyongesa – Computing
Prof Onyango Ogolla – Applied Linguistics
Prof Frederick Wanyama – Political Science
Prof Cephas Odini – Information Science
Prof John Mugubi – Film Technology and Literature
Prof Tabitha Sewe – Linguistics
Prof Stephen Odebero – Educational Planning
Prof George W. Nasinyama – Veterinary Epidemiology (Uganda)
Prof Fred Wabwire Mang’eni – Clinical Epidemiology
Prof Hannington Ochwada – Historian, (United States)
Prof Olumbe Ogajo – Mathematics (US)
Prof Wilbur Luande – Entomology
Prof Marygorett Obonyo – Immunology
(UCSD – US)
Prof Raymond Ongus – Information Science
Prof James Patrick Mang’eni – Mathematics (U)
Prof Bettina Ng’weno – Afro-American Studies
Dr Smokin Wanjala – Law(Supreme Court Judge)
Dr Regina Nabwire – Organic Chemistry
Dr Seth Adams – Mathematics
Dr Ben Mkalama – Business Administration
Dr Hannington Odame – Agriculture
Dr Isaac Alukwe – Water Resources Engineering
Dr Wilberforce Oundo Mudenyo – Land Economics (Funyula MP)
Dr John Bwire – Islamic Law and Gender Equity Empowerment
Dr Chrispen Maende – Business
Dr Christine Majale – Environmental Policy
Dr Francis Nang’ayo – Agricultural Sciences
Dr Paul Kizito – Development Studies
Dr Mildred Nawiri – Chemistry
Dr Austen Baraza Omonyo – Project Management
Dr Paul Onjoro – Animal Science
Dr W. Wanyama – Agricultural Engineering
Dr Christine Nabwire Wanyama – Psychology
Dr (Col) Steve Handa – Security Studies
Dr Julius Mugwang’a – Business Administration
Dr Dan Mugubi – Industrial and Organisational Psychology (US)
Dr Theresa Sikinyi – Agricultural Education (US)
Dr Phillip Opondo Wanyama – Medicine (Botswana)
Dr Timona Obura – Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Dr Paul Ojiambo Wafula – Molecular Biotechnologist
Dr Walter Masiga – Veterinary Microbiology
Dr Francis Mang’eni – International Law (U)
Dr Phina Opiyo – Crop Science (U)
Dr Justus Maende – Education Management
Dr Dan Masiga – Molecular Parasitology
Dr Clement Olando – Finance and Accounting
Dr Fanice Waswa – Entrepreneurship
Dr Amos Ngira – Disaster Management
Dr Prisca Otambo – Medical Sociology
Dr (Rt Rev) Robert Magina – Theology
Dr Silas Obukosia – Crop Science
Dr Catherine W. Lukhoba – Botanical Science
Dr Theresa Aloo – Biodiversity and Agroforestry
Dr Jane Rahedi Ong’ang’o – Epidemiology
Dr Juliet Ongus – Food Science and Technology
Dr Elphas Obiero – Project Management
Dr Adelaide Bwire – Education
Dr Evelyn Ojiambo-Hongo – Film Studies
Dr George F. Nakholi – Education
Dr Tom Wanyama Ouma – Environmental Sociology
Dr Namenya Naburi Daniel – Disaster Management
Dr Eusebius Small – Social Work
Dr Godfrey Bwire Barasa – Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Dr Jeophita June Mwajuma – Microbial Ecology
Dr John Francis Bwire – Business Administration
Dr Gabriel Musungu – Musicology
Dr Eunice Sanya Pelini -Education
Dr James Jeconia Odanga – Entomology
Dr John Ochola Bwire – Phytochemistry
Dr James Obara – Education
Dr Dennis Ochieno – Entomology
Dr Sam Siminyu – Education Technology (U)
Dr Patrick Innocent Mang’eni – Musicology (U)
Dr John Mango – Mathematics (U)
Dr Sylvia Nahayo – Linguistics (U)
Dr Anthony Taabu Munyaho – Fisheries (U)
Dr Olaho Mukani – Molecular Biology (U)
Dr Nancy Nafula – Economics
Dr Faustine Wandera – Animal Science
Dr Obanda Peter Wanyama – Procurement (U)
Dr Michael Majale – Architecture . . . . . . . . . .

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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