Good News to Education Sector as Government Release Ksh 14.9B to Schools
By Felixotoro | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 28 views
Kenya is an independent nation that is under the leadership of President UhuruKenyatta. The government of Kenya through the ministry of education reopened the learning institutions after a long closure that was witnessed following the country reporting the positive cases of Covid-19.
The ministry of education is under the leadership of Prof. George Magoha who is the cabinet secretary.
It's good news to education sector following the act of the Government Spokesman Mr. Cyrus Oguna announcing that the government has disbursed Ksh14.9 Billion to all public schools, this will promote the teaching and learning process in the country.
Mr. Oguna said that the money will be used to help promote containment measures against Covid-19 such as wearing face masks. He added on saying the funds will also cater for free food to the students.
In conclusion, It's good news to the students and parents as this will motivate the learners to attend schools on daily basis.
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