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Students threaten to sue Umma University

By Amoto Dennis Over 1,200 students from Umma University have threatened to sue the Islamic institution’s administration over the delay in issuance of certificates, despite successfully completing their studies. The university which is a private institution offers courses in computer science, business management, information and technology, Islamic Banking and Islamic Studies and has campuses in Thika, Kajiado and a branch …

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MP pledges to ensure transparency in CDF bursary distribution

By Joseph Mukubwa Tetu MP Gichuhi Mwangi has promised to ensure transparency in the allocation of Constituency Development Fund (CDF) bursaries. Mwangi said thousands of needy learners do no benefit from the kitty, which was set up to help those who cannot raise school fees access education promising that this will not be tolerated in his term. “We should adhere …

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Governor wants TVET education boosted

The County Deputy Governor Majala Mlagui has challenged the education stakeholders to improve the quality and relevance of technical and vocation training systems during the review of primary and secondary education curriculum. She said this will connect the industry and sustainable development needs with vocational training programmes and improve quality through Technical Vocational and Education Training (TVET) institutions. She added …

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