NO TO ILLITERATE LEADERS

KABATESI: Higher education qualifications will develop progressive politics

It’s retrogressive and irresponsible for educated people to champion illiteracy in politics to maximise their control of it

In Summary

• More malignant is the message to the public that education doesn’t matter.

• It’s the same warped mindset that discourages schooling because dropouts have made riches through crooked means

Elgeyo Senator Kipchumba Murkomen’s proposed bill to amend Section 22 of the Elections Act 2011 to remove the requirement of an academic degree for those seeking to run for MPs and MCAs must ...

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