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Why Most University Students Are Going To DroP Out From Various Institutions.

Kenyan public universities plan to raise tuition fees for government-sponsored students from Sh16,000 to Sh48,000 or Sh52,000 for the next academic year beginning in September.

This comes after the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms recommended raising university fees triple per semester

CS Ezekiel Machogu says Kenyan public universities have debts of KES 56B in staff pensions and statutory deductions and need to find ways to stay afloat including laying off staff and increasing tuition fees.

This has got kenyans unaware with others concluding that there will be a huge number of university dropouts because of the increase of vasity fees.

Most parents will not be able to raise the said fee, following the situation in the country the economy is at its worst state where everything is costly, the cost of living is very high making it impossible for several families to raise money for school fees for their children.

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