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Good News To All People Who Scored E In Their KCSE After Raila Promises To Give Them The Following

Raila Odinga, leader of the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition, has promised to reduce the need for teacher admissions in the northern districts to reduce the huge shortage of teachers in the area.

Earlier the administration had opposed efforts to reduce the admission of teachers from disadvantaged districts. Due to insecurity, foreign teachers have left Wajir, Mandera and Garissa.

Some local teachers are being trained according to Mr. Needs can help close the gap. "From September all qualified teachers will be employed who have not yet found a job".

The district has suffered from insecurity but enforcement measures will help rectify the situation, he said. At least 28 people were killed in 2014 when Al-Shabaab terrorists boarded a bus in Mandera, which they controlled and headed for Somalia. Most of the victims were teachers who had traveled to Nairobi for the December holidays.

In line with the promise of free education from kindergarten to university, Mr Odinga joined by his partner Martha Karua and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka made the same vow.

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