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What President Uhuru Said About CBC

President Uhuru Kenyatta has defended the Competency Based Curriculum, claiming that it will help the country compete more effectively.

Many parents and other stakeholders claim that CBC requires too much time and money from them, and that they don't have enough time or money to assist make the system work.

"We have also provided a national competency-based curriculum and universal access to schools, which will further increase our workforce's competitiveness," Uhuru remarked at the United Nations General Assembly's 76th session on Wednesday.

CBC, according to the president, is focused at equipping the country to provide respectable and satisfying jobs, and is one of his biggest achievements.

"We are putting in place ambitious plans to prepare the country... Our expenditures in road, air, and port infrastructure, as well as key health-care facilities around the country, are the largest and most ambitious in our history "he stated

"Kenya is blessed with a young, well-educated, and productive population that has helped the country develop one of Africa's most vibrant diversified economies."

A parent petitioned the High Court to stop the Competency Based Curriculum from being implemented in basic education.

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