Education CS has rubbished rumors making rounds in regard to school desks intended to benefit schools ahead of re-opening.
“Education Ministry Kenya is implementing the locally Assembled desks for schools through a multi-agency model, in partnership with Interior KE and others, PS Early Learning and Basic Education, Dr. Belio Kipsang has assured legislators of the Committee on Education and research today.” said Education Ministry.
Speaking from Nyeri County, the CS confirmed that the whole project was going on smoothly as planned by the government.
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He continued by saying heaping praise on the new desks saying they are stronger and the project is benefiting the youth as intended.
Sometime back, the CS was quoted promising that not even a single shilling will be lost under his watch as has been the case in many government-led projects.
Speaking from Nyeri was Education PS Belio Kipsang who said that lunch allocation of day secondary schools should be optional and should not lead to exclusion in case of failure.
“Lunch arrangements for students in day secondary schools is optional, PS for Basic Education Dr. Belio Kipsang says adding that it should not lead to exclusion of students in the event parents fails to pay.” said Education Ministry.