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Friday, August 18, 2017

Eritrea hires 35 Kenyans

 Eritrean ambassador Beyene Russom {n red tie} with Margaret Ikua{R} of Magtech Inspiration Centre and Jane Muigai director of toolkit  Institute after signing a deal yesterday to recruit Kenyan lecturers to work in Eritrea
Eritrean ambassador Beyene Russom {n red tie} with Margaret Ikua{R} of Magtech Inspiration Centre and Jane Muigai director of toolkit Institute after signing a deal yesterday to recruit Kenyan lecturers to work in Eritrea

The Eritrean government has hired 35 Kenyans to work as expatriate lecturers in institutions of higher education.

Eritrean Ambassador Beyene Russom said his government picked Kenyans because the country has some of the best-trained manpower in the region.

In a statement, he said the lecturers left last week for Asmara, the capital and have started duty.

The recruitment was implemented by Magtech Inspiration Centre and Toolkit Institute.

The firms were hired by the Eritrean Commission of Higher Education.

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