Suna West holds successful education stakeholders’ forum

Migori County Director of Education Jacob Onyiego presents a gift to NG-CDF Board Director Karen Rono for gracing the occasion. Photo Enock Okong'o

Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu has stated that the Government through the Ministry of Education (MoE) will continue supporting education programmes in the country through the Free Primary (FPE) and Free Day Secondary Education (FDSE) programmes.

In his speech, delivered by Migori County Director of Education Jacob Onyiego during the Suna West Constituency second education stakeholders’ forum at Migori Teachers Training College on April 5, Machogu stated that his Ministry will continue to improve infrastructure development alongside deployment of teachers through the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) for the good of the country.

“In addition to all of these, however, there remains a need for stakeholders’ engagement and input to complement the Government effort,” he said.


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The CS informed communities on the possibility of leveraging on the diverse resources available within their localities including bright minds to chart on a variety of roadmaps aimed at improving societies through the support and provision of quality education.

Section of Education stakeholders including members of teachers’ unions. Photo Enock Okong’o

He thanked Suba West MP Dr Peter Masara and his NG-CDF team for spearheading the Education stakeholders meeting whose theme was up ‘scaling the education standards and implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum for Socio-economic development in Suna West’.

The CS asked members from other constituencies in the country to follow this gallant and visionary developmental step.

By Enock Okong’o

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