THE SEED OF SERVANT LEADERSHIP

I recall when I first Joined Daystar at the Valley Road campus. We lived where the Baptist church stands and Athi River was under construction. We had the residences in Ngumo estate. On my first visit to Daystar Athi campus, I was shown the Men’s Hostel. I remember relating it to the distance we walked from... Continue Reading →

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For God and for Humanity

One night 15 years ago, I experienced what I can only refer to as the most terrifying moments in my life. I was stationed in Freetown, Sierra Leone, and fresh out of college. Sierra Leone was just emerging from years of civil war and strife. “Are you sure you want to go there?” I kept... Continue Reading →

HOPE POURED OUT

In August 1992, I joined the Pre-University class at Daystar University. We were a lively bunch of young adults and we met in the current computer lab at the Valley Road Campus. In 1993 we moved to Athi River Campus as sophomores and the second pioneer class there. However, my life at Daystar started back... Continue Reading →

Class 1997: 20 Years of Servant Leadership

20 years ago, about 175 well-equipped young men and women were entrusted with the mantle to become servant leaders in the market place, during Daystar’s 19th graduation ceremony. The same men and women are being honored as they share in the university’s achievements and successes during the 39th Graduation ceremony this year. Daystar University has... Continue Reading →

WILL A MAN ROB GOD?

One day, a very wealthy man was walking on the road. Along the way, he saw a beggar on the sidewalk. The rich man looked kindly on the beggar & asked, “How did you become a beggar?” The beggar said, “Sir, I’ve been applying for a job for a year now but haven’t found any.... Continue Reading →

IT IS NOT ENOUGH

To think that you’re better Because of your tribe To act like you do not care Because you are a middle class To post patriotic messages on social media Yet you result to tribal bigotry in your cocoon To vote for your ‘own tribal king pins’ Without any justification or principle Simply because you have... Continue Reading →

My Life At Daystar

I can’t believe it’s been 20 years since we left Daystar. I still remember the reporting day in 1993. I was dropped at Valley road campus in the morning and got into some old vans/buses to head to Athi River. It was like those movie scenes of inmates being taken to prison in a remote... Continue Reading →

TRIBUTE TO JON MASSO

Dr. Masso joined Daystar in August 1998. He has served in many capacities at Daystar university. He was the senior Lecturer in Physics. He left a mark in the Alumni Association as he led the interim alumni leadership team to develop structures to resurrect the Association 4 years ago. The Alumni fraternity will remember him for providing... Continue Reading →

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