Many youths in the country are jobless. Many have being affected by Covid-19 epidemic. Furthermore, some have invested in different projects such as rearing chicken, rabbit and growing different crops.
Also many students in the country managed to get good grades in different highschool. Unfortunately, many parents cannot afford school fees and some students are still at home.
According to the source, new details have emerge about school fees in Nairobi University. It has been reported that, first year students will pay double school fees. The first year are now supposed to pay Ksh 59,000 for the government sponsored students. Initially, the students only paid Ksh28,500. These are bad news to all Kenyans because many are jobless and cannot afford this huge amount of money.
Furthermore, many first year students will not be able to pay the increased amount because of the situation of Covid-19 epidemic in our country whereby many sectors have been affected by this disease.
This comes in after Cabinet secretary of education George Magoha have been encouraging students to report in different schools and universities to attain 100% transition in the country.
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