Deputy President is currently addressing an Education Forum that has been organised to listen and draft a proposal of what is expect in the Education sector once Ruto is granted the instruments of power after the August polls. The meeting bringing together stakeholders from the different educational institutions across the nation.
Among the leaders present are governors who play a key role in running the affairs of the Education sector in the country. The governors present believing strongly that Ruto will change the education sector in the country. The team is being led by Governor from Ukambani Mutua Alfred who recently left Azimio for Ruto.
Others present are Nanok the chief campaigner for UDA presidential candidate and also Salim Mvurya, Mandago and Kingi. The governors standing in solidarity with Ruto in his quest to revolutionize the Education sector in the country once he takes over the running of the affairs of the government.
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