Elgeyo Marakwet Governor Wisley Rotich has kicked off his students air lift Programmes after securing sponsorship in there Canadian colleges. Mr. Rotich flew to Canada over the weekend to seek partnership with various countries.
He said he had already secured education sponsorship in North Island, Vancouver, Northern lights college in British Columbia and Thompson River university to have students from Elgeyo Marakwet Pursue their studies in Canada.
I am glad that we have signed a momorandum of understanding with the three institutions Successful candidates will also have an opportunity to work in Canada.
This was one my promise to the people of Elgeyo Marakwet during Campaigns and I am happy the programme is taking off". He said.
He said he had successful negotiated for affordable school fees and the ability for students to work in Canada. This is a good development for the residents of Elgeyo Marakwet and students who intend to study in Canada.
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