Technical skills key for Kenya's growth

In Summary
  • Kenya needs to emulate Singapore and embrace industrialisation as the key driver for growth
  • To achieve this, the youth should be encouraged to take up technical courses that offer self-employment or better employment prospects

The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service has completed the placement of 2020 KCSE candidates who qualified to join universities and diploma technical colleges.

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