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Introducing Robert Muigai

Robert is one of our three dedicated ambassadors in Nairobi, Kenya. He is a law student at Strathmore Law School. We couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the Navvi team!

Why are you excited to be a part of

"Looking back at how the world has come to evolve, one thing that stands out is that information is power. And those who are able to provide this information have the power to change the mindset of thousands of people by only using their words.

When I heard about the Navvi project, I knew that this would be the perfect opportunity to provide information that could educate a lot of people. Having worked on some research projects before, I was able to understand and appreciate the hard work that goes into producing reports which many people and companies use in implementing their strategies.

Working with Navvi is also a great opportunity to interact with other users around the world. It is also a great opportunity to look at other people perspectives on contentious issues and comparing them with your own. That I think is one of the best ways of learning. When you are able to stand back and look at what is happening, not only from your eyes, but from other people’s eyes as well.”



Introducing Antony Wainaina Kariuki

"My name is Antony Wainaina Kariuki. I am a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunications student at Strathmore University. I am really passionate about technology and I love as it provides me with news that is relevant to my daily life.”

Antony is one of our three amazing Ambassadors who comes to us from Nairobi. As an Ambassador, Antony acts as a liaison between’s Community Engagement team and Strathmore University. Not only is Antony a Navvi Ambassador, but also a Microsoft Student Partner.

What exactly does your role as Microsoft Student Partner entail:

"The Microsoft student partner program entails being the contact person between Microsoft and my university, and assisting in hosting Microsoft events within campus, and providing training for Microsoft technologies."

How do you feel can help make a difference: 

"I believe will be a great platform to connect people with similar insights on particular sectors. It will be of great use to researchers who would love to have the view of other religions on their research scope."