Kenya Medical Training College is government owned institution whose main aim is to train and equip learners with medical skills to prepare them to work in the future as medics:nurses, clinical officers, dentists and many more.
Kenya Medical Training College has been mentioned with allegations of corruption and embezzlement of funds.The former Chief Executive Officer, Michael Kiptoo was associated with corruption and embezzlement of funds.
Kmtc students had been complaining of the poor leadership run by the former CEO. However their pleas and cries took a different turn when Kmtc announced the appointment of Dr Kelly Olouch as the acting CEO through their official Facebook page.Kmtc students were overjoyed by the news and it seems to be a wake up call to them.The learners also learnt not to be contented with their diplomas,higher diplomas and certificates but rather than go back and learn even more as education has no ending.
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