Creativity and Innovation is one of the most encouraged culture in the society especially in most institutions. As a result of competition in the current job market, many young graduates are encouraged to be creative so as secure better paying opportunities.
The newly implemented Competency Based Curriculum is one the system of Education which Kenyans are eyeing to see its fruits. Children taking it are expected to be industrially fit for job market after completing their O' level studies. Today, a high school drop out from Homabay left Kenyans talking online after sharing his newly built car.
According to a post shared by Kenyans.co.ke on twitter, the young man showcased his engineering skills of building a car using local available materials.
Such skilled learners could greatly benefit from the CBC system if it could have been implemented earlier since it is centered in developing talents instead of targeting on the white color jobs which are scarce.
Here are some of the netizens reactions to the post.
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