Historical background

  

HISTORICAL BACKGROUND 

Inyokoni is a local kamba name derived from the word inyoko which means a swampy area or a place with plenty of water.

 

Inyokoni secondary school was started in 1974 as a public school under the auspices of African Inland Church supported by the local administration (the chief’s office).

 

It opened with 34 students and 2 volunteer teachers from the immediate community.

There were two classrooms borrowed from Inyokoni primary school.

 

In 1988 the school collapsed only to re-open in 1990 under the patronage of Rev. Frof. Jones kaleli. Since then it picked up very well and has made continuous progress.

 

The school has grown to a double stream with the current enrolment of 386.

 

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STUDENTS BELOW THE TUITION BLOCK-2011

 

  

PRIZE GIVING DAY 2012

INYOKONI SECONDARY ANNUAL PRIZE GIVING DAY

The function stated above will be held on 16th June 2012(Saturday). Those attending are requested to be …

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