FIRST YEARS’ REAP BIG IN THE PAGEANTRY NIGHT.
After weeks of hard training, tireless preparations and passionate hope finally the pay day had arrived, and in this case, it was the pay night.
Being a cold and cloudy night where the rains threatened to fall any time, one would be forgiven to think that comrades would shy away from attending an event hosted in an open field. But instead the students turned out in large numbers, sat, watched and waited patiently.
Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
Mr Alan Juma, a first year Journalism and Mass communication student managed to beat other 8 contestants to be crowned Mr. KIBU 2017/2018. On his part, Mr Oliech, also a first year student, succeeded to convince the judges that he has the most muscles of the 3 other contenders and therefore deserved to be crowned Mr. Flex KIBU 2017/2018.
Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
When time came to show who among the Kibabii University beautiful ladies had the curves of an African Woman body, Miss Abigail Situma, who as well happened to be a first year student, carried the day and was crowned Miss Jumbo KIBU 2017/2018.
Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
After being named 2nd runners up in the last year’s event. It was now time for Veronica Akinyi to celebrate after she was crowned Miss KIBU 2017/2018 in a hotly contested competition which attracted 10 contenders. Miss Akinyi, a second year student showed unique creativity in dressing and cat-walking and in the Process she was able to outdo Miss Maureen Njeri who was named second runners up.

Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
By KETER STEVE