Improving education sector is one if the key ways that the government is using to enhance rapid economic development in the country. The government of Kenya through the leadership of His Excellency President William Ruto has extremely put more efforts in bettering the education sector in the country.
More modern classrooms are being constructed across the country to enable people from various corners to be accessible to basic education. According to reports, Mavoko SNP primary school is one of the primary schools where new classrooms have been built through the efforts of president Ruto.
Mavoko SNP primary school is located near Mavoko Town, Machakos county. The head of state president Ruto today handed over the keys of the newly constructed Mavoko SNP primary school to the Cabinet Secretary for Education Mr. Ezekiel Machogu.
The newly constructed classrooms at Mavoko primary consist of the state-of-the art storey building. The new classrooms will improve the quality of education in the region and therefore act as game changer to the residents of Mavoko township and the surrounding areas.
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