The Kenyan Education sector is really improving, to ensure at least children from different backgrounds get a chance to attend school. This is proved by the introduction of free education in the country.
The government of Kenya has released ksh 9.3 billion to help fund the free education program. CS Magoha says that ksh 2.8 billion is allocated to Kenyan primary Schools and ksh 6.3 billion is allocated to Kenyan secondary schools.
This is in deed a great support to the free education program in the country. It has reduced the barden on parents. This will therefore help schools to make some improvement and some changes that are needed.
Schools will be able to buy some facilities which includes; text books, free exercise books for primary Schools, lockers for students and many others. We are hopeful that Kenyans are going to take education as an important factor being supported by the national government.
As schools receive the funds, just to remind, wash hands, sanitize, wear masks and keep social distance. Thank you.
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