Hon. Kalonzo Musyoka, the leader of the Wiper Democratic Movement, today urged President William Ruto to refrain from interfering with the Higher Education Loans Board's (HELB) operations due to the enormous benefits the board has provided for students.
According to Kalonzo, meddling with HELB is disruptive to common students who directly benefit from the loan for tuition and other educational expenses.
When Kalonzo attended the Kiambu University and College Students Association (KUCSA) Leadership's thanksgiving service today at the City of Refuge Church, Kamenu Ward in Thika, Kiambu County, he made the comments.
The Wiper Leader claims that the country is in a state of crisis when it comes to governance, adding that "very soon the country will get out of prison."
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