Department of Mathematics celebrates retiring lecturers

The Department of Mathematics recently celebrated the retirement of two esteemed members of their statistics division, Dr Francis Njui and Mr Cyrus Ikinya. The event was a testament to the impact these two individuals have had on the department and the university as a whole, and it was a fitting tribute to their many years of service.

The celebration was attended by the chairman of the Department of Mathematics Prof. Stephen Luketero, and  Keriri Women's University Vice-Chancellor Prof Justus Mile . Also in attendance was Prof. Leonidah Kerubo,  Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology University of Nairobi, as well as staff members from the Department of Mathematics.

During the event, Dr. Njui and Mr. Ikinya were both recognized for their contributions to the department and the university. They were praised for their dedication to their work, their commitment to the students they taught, and their willingness to go above and beyond to help others. The speakers highlighted how the two retirees have made a lasting impact on the department and helped to shape the future of statistics education at the university. It was clear from the reactions of the two retirees that they were deeply touched by the outpouring of support and appreciation from their colleagues.

As the celebration drew to a close, there was a sense of nostalgia and gratitude in the air. Many of the attendees reflected on the impact that Dr. Njui and Mr. Ikinya had had on their lives and careers. There was a sense of gratitude for all that they had done, and a sense of sadness that they would no longer be a part of the department on a daily basis.

Overall, the retirement celebration for Dr. Njui and Mr. Ikinya was a truly special event. It was a fitting tribute to two individuals who had given so much to the university and the Department of Mathematics. It was a reminder of the importance of recognizing and appreciating the contributions of our colleagues, and a celebration of the lasting impact that they can have on our lives and careers.