The Star (Kenya) - - Politics Profile -

2015: “Ed­u­ca­tion they say makes us equal in Life. All stake­hold­ers in the ed­u­ca­tion sec­tor should play their role in en­sur­ing that we have a mod­ern ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem at all lev­els so that Kenya can pro­duce a work­force that will en­able us to join the league of de­vel­oped na­tions.”

2015: “The lap­tops project in­tro­duced by the ju­bilee govern­ment is very no­ble but we need to work to­wards en­sur­ing that all our chil­dren from pri­mary to univer­sity can ac­cess mod­ern in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy sys­tems like in the de­vel­oped world”.

2016: “Pol­i­tics is a form of lead­er­ship that should be used to ag­i­tate for bet­ter lives for all Kenyans. But it should not be turned into a burden to Kenyans as lead­ers en­gage in cor­rup­tion, grab­bing of land and other ills that de­stroy our moth­er­land.”

2016: “I am very happy that the par­ents’ as­so­ci­a­tion mem­bers elected me as their chair­man. Ac­tu­ally it was a very hotly con­tested elec­tion, it was free and fair, it was done in the best way and I emerged the win­ner. I thank all those who voted for me and I prom­ise that I will work for ev­ery par­ent in this coun­try.”

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