The Organisation of Nairobi University Science Students (ONUSS) held the Mr. and Miss. Chiromo 2018 on Friday, August 3rd, 2018.

This is an annual event in Chiromo Campus and this year was conducted under the theme “Youth as key foundation of the society” to put youths at a center stage in addressing issues that touch on creativity and innovation, the position of youth in the society and other issues towards sustainable development goals.

The Organisation of Nairobi University Science Students (ONUSS) is a professional body tasked with promoting welfare of science students,ensuring development of academic and social life skills as well as inculcating a sense of responsibility to the society by moulding its students to attain intellectual excellence. In view of this, various student activities, as stipulated in our calendar of events, have been organised with the aim of  ensuring students’ participation. This year’s key event was the Mr. and Ms. chiromo pageant that was scheduled to occur at the MILLENIUM HALL 1 in Chiromo Campus. The slogan for the event,” YOUTH AS KEY FOUNDATION OF THE SOCIETY” comes at a time when the societal structure has taken shape the places the youths in a very vital position. The youths are considered energetic and are so resourceful that the potential they wield could be tapped to achieve the most optimum of the desired result thus the key to every realistic achievement more so to the country’s blueprint. This  in turn is analogous to a heathy economy since the future of the youth is pegged on their ability to utilize available resources to generate income for sustainance by venturing in entreprenuership and scientific innovation as well as exploiting their talents to rip maximum benefits. Winners  of this event will be designated as worthy ambassadors mandated to propell the good will message on responsible behaviour , as a recipe for education growth.


The event started at around 7:30pm with dances from the models and hype session choreographed by Bradley Kiptoo (Mr essence Uasin gishu county) and Sarah M. Nyatichi (Miss Chiromo Campus 2017/18) after which we had the run way presentations by the contestants and lastly the quiz section related to general modeling and the personal experience of the models in that field



From left seated is Felix Okumu (sec.gen), Elizabeth Aoko (, Billy Lumumba (chairman), Pietta Bett (vice chair), Rosemary Nduta (chief editor), Emmanuel Wafula (sec. Accommodation).

Standing from right is Zephaniah Mageto (ICT REP), Ruth Rhodes (sec. Gender affair), David Ondieki (4th year rep), Odhiambo Oprah M. (Sec. Academics), Frederick Omondi (org.sec) and Catherine Nyiva (publicity secretary).

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A powerful Career and Mentorship talk at SOB1 Friday 2nd March 2018 given by key facilitators the asst dean of students madam Lucy Gikundi and the student chancellor madam Lucy. Key speakers were the representatives from Milesview college who gave a talk on ISO certification in relation to the competitive market expectation and courses they offer. Dr. Sonal and Gurudev Sri Sri Shankar from Art of Living.


Assistant Dean of Students, Ms. Lucy Jiomba taking students through soft skills during the career and mentorship talk training




April 21st marked the day at NATIONAL HIDDEN TALENTS ACADEMY  Dagoretti Corner Child Care Program. As their motto goes “we do everything by faith.” Visiting young talented Kenyans inspired by different circumstance coming from different background. Thanks to the Director Pastor Enos Baxic Oumo for giving them faith, hope and reasons to realize their destiny. May the Almighty God bless you always.



CBPS leadership training 2018.

On 20th April 2018 leadership training took place at Utalii hotel where Chiromo campus leaders were instilled with knowledge, skills and good values in relation to competent  leadership. The college principal Prof. Aduda, Dean’s and Directors from various schools within the college,asst dean of students madam Lucy Gikundi and student chancellor madam Lucy among other guest were in attendance. Indeed it was a wonderful experience.DSC_8146 DSC_8156 DSC_8168 DSC_8181 DSC_8182 DSC_8238 DSC_8589

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CBPS Mega Leadership Forum

CBPS MEGA LEADERSHIP FORUM 23rd March 2016 from 2.00-4.00p.m was the day when the mighty debate rolled on .
The debate included those aspiring for ONUSS chairperson positions and Secretary general,SONU campus representatives were also debated. The topics grilled upon included leadership as a whole, finances and managerial strategies; and Vision and competency to handle situations by making hard but correct decisions. Dr. Solomon Deresse from the Department of Chemistry commented on the need of student leaders to be all round and lead in every field including academics. He appreciated the organizers and thanked the outgoing chairman Mr.Japheth Odera for work well done during his reign in office.The Assistant Dean of students Mrs Lucy together with the student counselor Mrs Lucy Kamau were also present and wished the outgoing onuss officials well as they leave office. On his closing remarks the ONUSS icon and pace setter Mr. Japheth Odera wished all the candidates all the best, thanking the CBPS administration and fellow ONUSS outgoing committee for a job well done.

The long awaited leadership debate is now here with us.Leadership with intergrity.Lets meet at SOB1 from 2.00p.m to 4.00p.m


Cultural Day Kicks Off in Style


Pageant during the annual 2016 Cultural day

Friday 4th march 2016 kicked of in style with Onuss introducing a college cultural day.The epitome of the cultural day was the usual annual beauty contest that saw various students compete for the prestigious title and crown.All day long students were dressed in best traditional attires they could come across and the view of classes resembled the era slightly after colonialism.



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