Days after the Governor of Uasian Gishu, His Excellency Jackson Mandago flagged off a group of 51 students (both male and female) to study degree and diploma coarses in Tampere University of Applied Sciences (TAMK) in Finland, the first batch of the 51 students safely jetted off at Finland yesterday.
Finland is a country located in the Northern parts of Europe and it is the second most expensive country in Euro area's.
Everything for the students has been funded by the Government of Uasian Gishu County through it's governor Jackson Mandago after they entered into a pact with the Finish government. The student's will highly be equiped with quality knowledge and skills that will give them an opportunity not only to work in Kenya but also in a highly competitive environments of Finland and other European countries. Education is one of the Mandago's key pillars of ensuring it's residents becomes globally competitive.
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