The Cabinet Secretary for Education Ezekiel Machogu has revealed that the allegations that government wants to Privatize public universities is untrue. The CS Education has also disputed the allegations that Ruto's Government wants to increase universities from Ksh 16000 to Ksh 52000.
The Cabinet Secretary has urged those spreading the rallies in public rallies to stop the behaviour. The CS has affirmed that the country is headed in the right direction and those spreading lies are useless.
The Cabinet Secretary for education is clear that the impunity in the opposition which are bringing lies is illegal. Machogu has remained clear that the government of president William Ruto is that of Hustlers and it cannot engage in raising university fees.
The the Cabinet Secretary for education is clear that the country is focused on that adds value to the education sector. CS Machogu is firm that his ministry is engaged in serious processes to enable the Universities to come out of the debt situation which they are into.
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