President Uhuru Directs The Following On The Education Sector In The Country.
While giving his address during the 58th Mashujaa Day Celebration's which were held at the Wanguru stadium in Kirinyaga county, president Uhuru Kenyatta made some announcements on the education sector taking into consideration the incoming huge number of pupils Joining the junior primary school under the Continuancy Based Curriculum (CBC).
The president directed that the ministry of education in collaboration with the ministry of interior should partner to over the construction of 10,000 new classrooms for new junior primary students across the country.
He further directed that the local contractors should take up the job's and their payments to be done directly to the contractors from the sub-counties.
The president further appealed to the Members of Parliament (Mp's) to set aside the Constitution Development Fund (CDF) for construction of more infrastructures in schools.
He also directed the National Treasury to set aside an additional 8 million Kenya shillings for the Continuancy Based Curriculum (CBC) facilitation.
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