Education in Kenya is considered the most important sector in the economy because it's controlled by the national government through the ministry of education. Universities are the highest level of education where careers are developed. Many university students depend on government sponsorship in terms of school fees and other things they need. The Higher Education Loans Board has been the one funding university students by giving them loans.
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A few hours ago, the ministry of education through professor Ezekiel Machogu released a statement saying that the government has released a very huge amount of money to fund education. Ezekiel Machogu approved that the government has released 50 Billion funding to universities and 600 million Kenya shillings to the Higher Education Loans Board.
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According to this report, university students have a reason to smile for their learning has already been catered for by the national government. Please share your thoughts on this report in the comments section below. Please do like, comment and share.
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