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County Govt blames State for delayed bursary funds

By Enock Okong’o. The Kisii County Government has exonerated itself from the blame over the delayed disbursement of bursary funds to needy students in secondary schools. The Deputy Director of Communications, Kenani Miruka shifted the blame to the National Government that he said did not release the Sh1.2 billion that was slated for the county to boost education development. Kenani …

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Students: How to conduct yourself during exam period

By Ashford Gikunda. As schools get to the homestretch of the last term of the year, Standard Eight and Form Four candidates will be gearing up for the October/November KCPE and KCSE examinations respectively. These national examinations have a significance bearing over their future careers. The KCPE examination results will determine the secondary schools the candidates will be admitted to …

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Narok parents advised against early marriage of girls

By Enock Okong’o. Kakenya Ntaya Centre for Excellence held a successful ‘Rescue the Girl Child and Give her education crusade recently in Transmara West sub-county in Narok County. The celebration brought together more than 500 locals, who included girls, parents, community leaders and other guest speakers who graced the occasion. In a march through the village, the girls in the …

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Ministry hires 150 teachers to check quality in schools

By Staff Writer. The Ministry of Education Science and Technology – State Department of Basic Education is in the process of hiring teachers to fill 150 posts of Chief Education Officers and Chief Quality Assurance and Standards Officers. The ministry through a circular signed by the Director of Human Resource Management and Development, Andrew Nyanchoga on behalf of the Cabinet …

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County Govt blames State for delayed bursary funds

By Enock Okong’o. The Kisii County Government has exonerated itself from the blame over the delayed disbursement of bursary funds to needy students in secondary schools. The Deputy Director of Communications, Kenani Miruka shifted the blame to the National Government that he said did not release the Sh1.2 billion that was slated for the county to boost education development. Kenani …

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