Yesterday was one of the busiest days for Raila where he performed a number of activities. This happened as he had to visit Nyanza and Vihiga at the same time. During his trip in Nyanza, Raila presided over the construction of Raila Odinga primary school in Kisumu county. During the groundbreaking ceremony, Raila confirmed his support for Competency Based Curriculum.
Raila said that the curriculum will enrich the current schoolers with with more skills than what was offered in the 8-4-4 system. He said that apart from enhancing critical thinking, leadership skills and teamwork, he said that the system will also promote professionalism, information and communication technology. During the ceremony, Raila was escorted by Magoha to launch construction of the school named after Raila in Kisumu.
Raila said that even though many people are still resistant to the new curriculum, he is hoping for them to accept after considering all factors. This happens as the case is still pending in court so that a discussion can be held to reach a final verdict.
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