Only 60 of the classrooms using the faculty Grounded Class( CBC) have been finished as the current administration prepares to leave its being services.
George Magoha, the press clerk for education, reaffirmed moment that the current administration was committed to finishing the last 40 of the work before a new bone takes office.
When he commissioned a Phase 2 CBC classroom at Ituuru Boys High School in Gatundu South, Magoha pledged that he’d continue to oversee the structure of educational installations until a new President was inaugurated in.
He claimed that he’d continue to give his services until he turned over the ministry to his successor, indeed if the nation tagged a new chairman.
“ In my assessment, it takes fourteen days to stay whether a presidential contender will go to court over election controversies or not.
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During the two weeks, I’ll still be working unless Kenyans tell me else. Until another chairman is sworn in, we will continue to work. I ’m doing this for the love of our children, ” he claimed.
The CS stated that the CBC classroom installations, done at a negative to the normal classrooms which are put up at an average cost of Sh1.2 million will mark part of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s heritage.
“ We’re on course but there’s work to be done and this is why we continue to inspire our officers to lead both from the reverse and front. This will be a veritably important heritage statement by the President who’s completing his term, ” said Magoha.
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He refocused out that the country is completely set to apply the CBC system stating that both assessment and training of preceptors has been done.
“ The books for grade seven are going to be in seminaries in due course. It’s a done deal when it comes to CBC preparedness, ” he added.
Magoha who sought remission from persons he may have wronged during his term of service noted that under President Kenyatta’s term, the government has saved over Sh 4 billion in construction of classrooms.
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“ In my time of service, I’ve blocked quite a number of channels which were preliminarily regularized to siphon government plutocrat but that’s water under the ground, ” he added.
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