This evening, Kenyans have applauded President Ruto for his unconditional and positive aim to improve infrastructure across the country.
This comes after the Head Of State commissioned a new dormitory and a new science laboratory complex building at Nairobi,school.
The President has stated that,he aims at strengthening schools through improving structural building yo provide a conducive environment for students.
Kenyans have praised him for the move some saying that he should continue with his work.
The President has also promised to transform the Education sector by partnering with all sector for smooth learning of school activities.
Some Kenyans have left their comments saying that President Ruto should also concentrate building schools at lower levels.
Education being a major sector that transforms the society,its not a big deal for the government to put full resources to support it. However,the government should also make a follow up on how the resources are utilized.
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