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Climate change verse propels Tiva pupil to national drama fete

A Grade Two pupil from Tiva Primary School in Kyangwithya West Ward has made his school proud by excelling in Eastern region drama and film festivals held at Machakos town in Machakos County.
Brian Kimanzi, 8, will recite a Kiswahili verse on Climate Change in the National drama festivals after emerging a winner in regionals held in Machakos town. His teacher Mr Tiberious Murithi is optimistic that he will excel at the nationals./ MWINGI TIMES 

Brian Kimanzi aged 8 years old will represent his school in the national drama competition scheduled to be at Shimo La Tewa High School in Mombasa County. 

Brian's teacher described him as a talented all-rounder. "Brian, in Grade Two, is a very bright boy. He is an all-rounder learner. He does well in all subjects but loves languages", said teacher Tiberious Murithi.

The teacher said he will train the young man to exploit his talent by training him further.

The National drama festivals are slated to last a week starting from April 19 and ending on April 26.

Brian's verse composed in Kiswahili addressed the adverse effects of climate change. The verse is titled Matha Necha (Mother Nature). It is Mr Tiberious Murithi who composed the verse.

According to the United Nations, some of the challenges brought about by climate change are hotter temperatures, more severe storms, increased drought, warming and rising of oceans. Other effects of climate change are loss of species, poverty and displacement as well as more health risks. This is according to a report published on the UN website titled "Climate Action".


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