The Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Trade Moses Kuria has made it known that some of the Universities in the country cannot be bailed out. According to Kuria, the government of president William Ruto might opt to privatize this institution in order to ensure that they come out of the mess which they are into
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The Cabinet Secretary for Trade Moses Kuria has made it clear that he is in talks with several investors to see of how some universities can be bailed out and privatized. The Cabinet Secretary is firm that the country doesn't have enough resources to fund all the Universities in the country.
It's a fact that since the cancellation of the parallel programmes, most universities have entered into huge debts. Most of the universities have closed down while others are not able to operate key courses.
Kenyans expect to see universities operating effectively because they have faced tough challenges. It's a fact that President Ruto is trying the best he can to bring Universities back to profit and optimal operations.
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