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Why the insecurity in the country,” the children sung.

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She also encouraged the students never to lose sight of education. “Education should embrace the arts to help us express ourselves better,” she said.

“It doesn’t matter where you come from but where you going. Work towards making a change to the world and you would be known,” she said.

The more than 150 girls had a first-hand encounter with Lupita as she narrated her journey to being a Hollywood star.

She challenged the girls to follow their dreams and not allow their current circumstances define them.

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“You may be facing numerous challenges at home your parents may be poor you could be living with unsupportive relatives. Do not let this define you or your future. You were created to achieve more and to be the best the world can have,” she told the girls.

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Oscar Award winner Lupita Nyong’o is comforted by her mother Dorothy Nyong’o when she was moved to tears during a performance by Mariwa Primary School on security of the Country during a visit to her home in Rata on July 1, 2015. PHOTO | TOM OTIENO | NATION MEDIA GROUP

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“There was no written formula to get where I am right now, love where you are when you are there,” she added.

Comedian Eric Omondi who was present at the event asked Kenyan musicians to up their game.

“Kenyan Music does not transcend. Tanzania and Nigerians have taken over Kenya,” he said.

The Global elephant ambassador said she was happy to be back home.

The event which was held at Ratta Girls hostel was dedicated to her grandmother Dorcas Nyongo, who she said valued the education of girls.

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Lupita’s father, Kisumu senator Anyang’ Nyong’o, asked governor Jack Ranguma to start a film production school in the lake region and name it Lolihood meaning Lake Victoria – Nam Lolwe.

“Going by our pillars of nurturing talents in the county, we should start our own Lolihood film production,” he said

Mr Jack Ranguma said talented people were pillars of economic development.

“We are going to develop talents to ensure that it becomes the driving force of economic development of our people,” he said.

Source: Daily Nation

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