Sharon Akinyi Bridge from International Academies Keroka- 1st runners up won herself Ksh.20,000

The Pilot Pen essay writing competition winners are out! If you participated, in the competition and won then a big congratulations is in order.

In a colourful ceremony, the winners were rightfully awarded with fat cheques as deservingof them.To grace the ceremony were Mr. Mahesh the Business Development Manager, and other seniors from Japan. Here are the winners of the competition.

Ikuathu Yvonne Kendi from StateHouse Girls’ -winner in the 15-18 year category
Odalo Perez Nguono from Bahati Girls’ cheque being received in absentia- 1st runners up of Ksh. 20,000

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Sylvia Chelimo from University of Nairobi-2nd runners up winner of Ksh. 10,000
Some of the winners taking a tour at the Kartasi Industries factory

The Pilot pen is their pens range that suits every writing need. Pilot is a renowned brand across the world originating from Japan. Kartasi Industries is the exclusive distributor of Pilot in Kenya.

Wahu Kariuki’s cheque from University of Embu- winner in the 19-23years category
Musa Tintamei Siong’o from Technical University -1st runners up in the 19-23years category
Edwin Kiprotich Kiplagat from University of Nairobi- 2nd runners up in the 19-23years category
Ummekulsum Parpia from Memon Academy- winner of the 10-14years category
Sharon Akinyi Bridge from International Academies Keroka- 1st runners up won herself Ksh.20,000
Odhiambo F. Oyugi’s cheque of Ksh.10,000 from Juja Preparatory- 2nd runners up

Congratulations indeed to the winners. Check out the awesome essays here fam.