Busia AP Officer Doris Wako Honoured for her Community Role

Doris Wako
Photo:Doris Wako sharing a meal with street children in Busia Town.

Busia Administration Police Officer Doris Wako from Matayos Sub County was among 21 women who were honored on Friday during the International Women’s Day for her role in helping the less privileged in the society.
Wako won the hearts of many when she was captured on social media sharing a meal with streets children in Busia Town. Busia Woman Representative Florence Mutua through the Affirmative Action Fund lauded the nominee for her humane heart.

Three women were nominated from each of the seven sub-counties for the award. They included Maendeleo ya Wanawake chair ladies from each sub-county. The occasion was graced by Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong and Dr. Ida Odinga.

Everlyne Akola from Butula Sub County was honored for being a model in livestock production and value with Margaret Nafula from the same sub-county receiving an award for being a model in kitchen gardening to group members.
Zuhura Atwani, a retired primary school teacher from Teso South was honoured for being a champion in dairy farming; Eve Mutanda from Matayos was honoured for being a leading nutritionist.
The nominees per sub county are: Nambale: Anastacia OKwara, Nancy Oloo and Mama Bishop. Matayos: Doris Wako, Grace Buluma an Eve Mutanda. Funyula: Lorna Wanyama, Redempta Anyango and Frida Oyugi. Teso South: Zuhura Otwani, Mart Emojong and Melsa Omukaga.
Teso North: Mary Okedi, Mary Nakatos and Beatrice Omonya. Butula: Everlyne Akola, Margaret Nafula and Imelda Were. Budalangi: Peruce Ochumbo, Hellen Navalayo and Mary Goretty Nambubi.


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