His excellency president William Samoei Ruto is truly a blessing to the education sector. In a trip to the Technical University of Kenya, Ruto has finally touched the wire where it's needed the most, making every university comrade to have plenty of reasons to smile today, with an elegant share for those pursuing their diploma courses.
The president who was accompanied by most education stakeholders and leaders including the CS Education and governor Sakaja, placed a new directive to have the education ministry give a modality to ensure students have a way of furthering their education easily, amidst the pledge to have the universities rise to have the capacities for more facilities.
And while showing his appreciation towards a good work the Technical University of Kenya a little bit of recent have been doing, the elated president promised more funding to them in a bid to revitalize the institution and even give a new special charter to the university. This also to make them become the power house for an improved spirited training.
Ruto also promised to build additional hostels for the institution and guaranteed, to have the ministry of home affairs surrender more lands to the university. This in return, urging the vice chancellor to increase highly skilled personnel from the university, who would in turn play key role in the growth of the economy and as well, solve the challenges of the youth.
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