Kenyan Government Set to Recruit 2000 TVET Teachers
According to President William Samoeri Ruto, the Kenyan government is set to recruit 2,000 TVET teachers to nationwide institutions.
The Head of State revealed that the government will recruit 2,000 teachers for Technical and Vocational Education and Training colleges (TVETs) countrywide.
The additional 2,000 tutors for TVETs are set to help to improve the quality of education and training for Kenyan youth.
President Ruto visited the Kisii National Polytechnic where he commissioned a digital laboratory to enhance digital literacy among youths.
More than thirty-three (33) Technical and Vocational Training Institutes (TVETs) have received similar laboratories.
President Ruto said that the training would allow for self-employment in the country.
In addition, he said that Digital Empowerment Centres would be used to improve digital capacity among the youth and boost plans to digitize government services.
While at the Kisii National Polytechnic, Ruto assured learners that his administration had set aside enough funds in the budget over the last two weeks for student loans.
Ruto emphasized the government’s commitment to strengthening the education sector and using it as a critical pillar to transform the economy.
His efforts to strengthen higher learning and create employment opportunities for Kenyan youth continued as he commissioned Kegati Water Project in Nyaribari Chache.
The project is set to serve the two counties of Kisii and Nyamira and shall create more than one thousand jobs within a single year.
Kenyan youth are set to have an edge on the digital landscape with the government’s commitment to the cause.
The Head of State is seemingly determined to create jobs in all areas of the country regardless of political inclination.
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