While President Uhuru Kenyatta was reading his long speech,he said that he was now tired and could not read the whole of it,but he will skip some bits.
And now People Daily has revealed what President Uhuru Kenyatta skipped during his national address.
The script says the President was suppose to read out the effects of covid-19 on the education sector,after it was suspended for a period of one year.
The script also read that the Digital Learning Programme was activated during the Covid-19 period, which help learners to thrive in education capabilities in the 21st century.
It also reads that public primary schools through Digital Learning Programme, received teachers, digital devices, wireless routers and projectors.
It also read the Digital Learning Programme triggered the education progress to go on even as the Covid-19 hit the country.
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