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Details Of Moses Kuria’s Meeting With Top Government Officials Emerges

 

New details have emerged on a Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria’s high-profile meeting with top government officials on Tuesday 10 August.

The lawmaker disclosed the details of the meeting, stating that it was a success as he was privileged to receive the Registration Certificate for Muhoho Teachers Training College from the Ministry of Education.

The lawmaker further noted that the registration of the training institution will be beneficial to the residents as more teachers will be equipped to curb teacher shortage in his Gatundu South constituency.

Those who graced the meeting include; high-profile officials from the Ministry of Education and the County Director of Education Victoria Mulili.

The County Teachers Service Commission Director Regina Opondo and the County Chairman Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association P W Matu also graced the occasion.

A section of Kenyans sent congratulatory messages to the lawmaker after he revealing the details of the meeting.

“Good job Moses Kuria however, More colleges without focusing on the strategy and quality of education makes these institutions a pipeline into unemployment. We need comprehensive education reform. Massive curriculum reform focused on vocational and technical skills, science, technology, and entrepreneurship, and then access to the capital immediately after finishing school to create new jobs through self-employment. Then a diversified economy” one user identified as John stated.

“Service delivery at its best. We have surplus teachers here in Kipkelion sub County. Can Gatundu South consider bringing them on board as you develop your teacher training facilities? A win-win for both,” another user added.

“Congratulations. Baba Jimmy.. Because you are jaba ya rurii usikubaliane na ichugwa na kang’ata ati u join UDA without conditions… Chakula kwa meza tene ni tene..mugogo utanatedera,” another user added.

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