Beth Wambui Omanyo
Near the slopes of Mt. Kenya in late 50s Beth was born and experienced the cold weather in the villages due to the snow on the Mountain. She is the 4th born in a family of 3 boys and 5 girls. She went to a local elementary school where she passed her Primary certificate of Education and proceeded to a high school. She performed very well in her high school examination and was admitted in a Medical Training college for a course in Physical Therapy. She earned her diploma and worked with the government of Kenya for 22years before joining her husband that had moved to work in Uganda in 2004. While in Uganda she was hired by a Catholic Mission Hospital to head and develop a physiotherapy department.
Beth worked hard and after two years work at Nsambya hospital in Kampala a full-fledged physiotherapy department was established with 6 workers which saw an increase in the revenue collected by her department. This was commendable work. Beth retired as a physical therapist in 2009 and is now in full time business. She is an independent distributor of Xtreme Fuel treatment (XFT). This saves the environment by reducing harmful emissions from both diesel and petrol engines.
Beth is married to Davis Omanyo and God had blessed them with four beautiful daughters and a
granddaughter that she loves spending time with..