If you frequently visit social media you have come across Ezekiel Mochagu at some point. He is a social media influencer who rose from grass to fame due to his determination and hardwork he employed. He is a new cabinet secretary of education who preceded professor George Magoha who chaired the Cabinet from the year 2019 to 2022 august. He is one of the reformists in the ministry of education.
Cabinet secretary has ordered all the colleges and Tvet institutions to do away with Business courses. This comes after the president Dr William Ruto announced plans to hire 3,000 tutors by March to offer quality Education in Tvet institutions to meet the current market demands. Education Cabinet secretary Ezekiel Mochagu urged the principals of polytechnics, Tvet institutions and Teachers training colleges to promote stem courses in a circular to thr principals dated December 23, 2022 he explained the government's plan to phase out business courses within three years.
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