Students of higher learning institutions are always faced with many challenges including inadequate funding from government, missing marks, strikes by lecturers among others. However in his August 2022 campaigns, the United Democratic Alliance leader William Ruto promised to address these challenges especially the funding challenge.
Announcing his move after several months in the office, President William Ruto has now said that his government is ready to partner with and support tertiary institutions to boost their technical capacity. "Our presence at this event signals the government's readiness to partner with tertiary institutions and especially TVETs to forge a clear pathway for Kenya to deepen its competitive technical capacity and assume global leadership," the head of state said.
The President also promised to increase the funds to the students joining and continuing with the tertiary education. This is a huge relief to many who always receive small support from their parents and guardians.
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