The Cabinet Secretary for Transport Prof. Kipchumba Murkomen today officiated the 8th graduation ceremony at East Africa School of Aviation. The East Africa School of Aviation is located in Embakasi East Constituency, Nairobi county.
During the graduation ceremony, CS Kipchumba Murkomen made some important promises to Kenyans. Honorable Murkomen said that the government is working and shall help the KQ company to get viable investor who will turn the company into a profitable entity.
While at the East Africa School of Aviation, CS Murkomen said the the government is working to revamp the aviation industry by investing in the expansion of airports and opening new routes to domestic air transport.
Murkomen also added that they will support the East African School of Aviation to become a globally recognized educational institute. After presiding over the ceremony, CS Murkomen led the Board and Management of KCAA, all staff at EASA and graduands in conserving the environment by planting 300 trees.
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