Nyamira County Gets It's First Teachers Training College As Area MP Gifts Them With Bus
By Footballvibes | self meida writer
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Borabu MP Ben Momanyi flagged off construction of the new Borabu Teachers Training College In Kineni, Esise Ward a few months ago. One of the major project in Borabu Constituency. The legislator said that this was In line with his philosophy of decentralizing education.
The P1 teachers who have been phased out were being accommodated at Manga Girls. The last lot will graduate in March 2021 before a new lot comes in. The construction of tuition and administration blocks is fully funded by the Borabu Cdf. Two dormitories and a kitchen have already been completed.
The TTC is the only government-sponsored institution of the same level in Nyamira County. The new blocks were started so that the capacity of ever growing population can be increased.
In addition, The MP gave them a bus for easy of transportation. The school bus is already in their custody. The people from the Constituency and County are invited to enroll in the institution. President uhuru Kenyatta is expected to grace the occasion during next year's graduation.
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