As the he county government of Uasin Gishu is working towards completion of certain projects which had promised the residents and which had already started,the county governor Jackson Mandago Haas further gone a mile and flagged off 51students to study abroad.
The students from Uasin Gishu county are going to study degree and diploma courses in Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) which is located in Finland.
Governor Mandago had said that he puts education as the first priority in the developments done in the county.He said that the county need more educated young people as this will help in improving the economy of the county.
It is said that the county government chose the students who were offered the chance from those who had applied for it.It is said that more than 500 students had applied for the offer this shows that the county needs more chances to attain to it's best in the education sector.i
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