Governor Oparanya’s son graduates at Bradford UK with first class honours
Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya is on July 19 a proud father after his son Ian Ambetsa graduated with a first class honours degree in Economics from Bradford University, United Kingdom.
Ecstatic, Ian took to Facebook to express his gratitude to God, family and friends for believing in him.
“I’m a happy man today because God my Heavenly Father has blessed the work of my hand. I have made my Dad Wycliffe Oparanya and my mum Tabitha Ambetsa proud parents.
“I have made my family and friends proud. There are people out here on facebook who believe in me more than I even believe in myself.
“Thank you so much for your motivating comments and once again thank you God for this first-class honours,” he wrote.
Along with the appreciation message, Ian posted a picture of his correspondence record to prove he indeed attained a first-class honours.
His Facebook comment section flooded with congratulatory messages from his online family commending him for the job well done.
Not too long ago, former Machachari actor, Ian Munene Kanini, popularly known by his stage name Almasi, on July 17, 2019, graduated with a degree from the University of Kent, UK.
“I just wanted to say, thank you, thank you, and thank you a hundred and eight times to every single person who has you know, congratulated me for this endeavour. It’s been a group milestone; I didn’t do this by myself.
“This came as a result of everyone being around me, giving me positive vibes and positive energy. And the ones spreading positive energy are showing us that they will always be there for regardless.
“And that we need to toughen up and just move on and be keep strong,” he said.
Bishop Allan Kiuna and Reverend Kathy Kiuna’s son Jeremy graduated from New Manchester High School.
Jeremy was given a standing ovation as he received his certificate, a gesture his mother said elicited all sorts of feelings.
“My boy y’all. The graduation was too awesome. To see them give him a standing ovation brought all sorts of feelings. For a boy who was born at 6 months and could fit in the palm of my hand, to come this far by God’s grace? How can I have enough words to express my gratitude? Only God. Only God. Only God could do this. Gloooooory,” wrote the reverend.