" Nairobi today, has over half a million pupils that need close to 4000 classes to create optimum and conducive learning environment" said Dr Kidero.
Dr Kidero said that the percent of children transiting from primary school remains low due to unavailability of enough openings in the County, However, the Governor said that the County Government will continue to engage stakeholders to ensure that the situation is reversed. Further, Dr. Kidero said that his government will continue to invest in vocational training centers to offer development skills to the vast of of Nairobi youth. Nairobi county currently has 15 vocational training centers spread across the city. These centers offer diverse trade ranging from carpentry and wood craft, metal fabrication, garment design and manufacture, food and beverages service and production, motor vehicle mechanic, electrical to mention but s few.
Quoting from the book of Deuteronomy the Governor urged the parents at the school and residents of Nairobi in general to choose discerning men to rule over them, apparently asking them to vote for him in the coming election.
Present at the event were parents of the school that included political luminaries like KANUs Issac Salaat, the Centers Chair of the Board Mr Chemngorem, Nairobi City County Deputy Speaker Ken Ngondi among a host of current and aspiring leaders in the city.
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