•He spoke during the closure of the 94th Kenya Music Festival at Kisumu Girls High School.
•The DP further took the opportunity to ask Kenyans to participate in the process once it commences.
Deputy President Gachagua Rigathi has said the government will not abolish the Competency-Based Curriculum.
Gachagua said instead they are reviewing it so that they can retain what is good and improve on it.
He said there have been concerns from teachers, parents and other stakeholders on CBC and that called for a review.
"Our Government will soon be unveiling a task force to look at educational reforms including CBC with a view of reviewing and not of abolishing it," he said.
He spoke during the closure of the 94th Kenya Music Festival at Kisumu Girls High School.
The DP further took the opportunity to ask Kenyans to participate in the process once it commences.
"Don't just complain in your houses or market, centres, turn up in large numbers and give your views of what you want to be improved," he said.
He further noted that the government was committed to the creative economy and development of young people into leaders of tomorrow.
"Our government is committed to providing elaborate policies and programs to ensure that talents of our young people are translated into source of income for them," he said.