Zetech receives No Touch Forehead Thermometers donation
The University held a courtesy visit to host special guests from Jowath Events Solutions Limited led by the CEO Esther Gathogo who donated no-touch forehead infrared thermometers to be fitted on the all the entrances of campuses in preparation for resumption to face- face learning.
Jowath, who is a major partner to the University in service provision, took the initiative as a gesture of kindness to thank Zetech for the continued collaboration by providing the timely pieces of equipment amidst the global pandemic of Covid-19. The thermometers are a necessary toolkit in tracking and recording body temperature of multitudes within a short period.
Express gratitude to the University, the firm’s CEO Ms. Gathogo said, “We want to thank Zetech for giving us the opportunity to work with them during minor and major events. The purpose of this donation is to support the University in ensuring students, staff, and visitors are tested and checked when they visit the campus as is required in this period of COVID-19.” She said.
Welcoming the move, the Vice Chancellor echoed a famous story in the bible from Luke 17:12 of the 10 lepers where only one came back to say thank you while charging the team to be always grateful for every opportunity that everyone is given by making a difference. He lauded Jowath for being at the forefront in giving back to society. “I wish to challenge us and more so the youth to learn the value of integrity, handwork and pursuing greatness while serving the community,” said Prof Munene.
In attendance was Benard Musau, Director, Zetech Business and Technical Institute and Thika Road Campus Director Monicah Kuria who lauded the move which is a requirement by the Ministry of Education for all Universities before the resumption of normal operations.
In conclusion, while giving a vote of thanks to Jowath, Mr. Samuel Mbugua, Corporate Training Manager acknowledged the team for being true friends to the University. “Thank you team for allowing yourselves to be identified during these difficult times, said Mr. Mbugua.
Complied by Felix Ochwal