As the country heads to the 2022 general election, many of the leaders in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government have been doing a good job. That is because some of them are eyeing elective positions in the forthcoming general election while some of them still want favours in the next goverment. One of those who have been doing extremely well is Education CS George Magoha.
Since taking over the tiresome Ministerial position from Fred Matiang'i, George Magoha has been doing everything possible to continue streamlining the Education sector. He has been coming up with new rules and regulations that have been helping to improve the sector.
Today, teachers were left happy as poor parents and learners were awakened by good news from George Magoha's Education Ministry. According to the Daily Nation, those parents and learners who dropped out of school because of school fees challenges and other challenges have been given a moment of relief.
That is because the Education Ministry has partnered with Unicef to come up with a three years programme. It is reported that the programme is meant to bring back atleast 250,000 children to school, something that is a good news to all those who dropped out because of difficult living conditions.
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