DON’T DESPISE TECHNICAL COURSES, RUTO URGES YOUTH
Deputy President urges young people not to look down upon the technical courses. He said some of the technical jobs they will get after graduation pay better than other white collar jobs that require people to have degrees. “We made a decision that the Higher Education Loans Board will have a provision that would allow TTI students to access loans,” Ruto said. The awards ceremony brought together Kenyan and Chinese government officials, Aviation Industry Corporation of China representatives and students from various TTIs, who participated in the contest. Three students were awarded full scholarships to study engineering in China.