Cabinet Secretary for Education, Ezekiel Machogu, inaugurated the Mandera Teachers’ Training College today, Tuesday, October 10th, 2023. This momentous event marks a vital step in the government’s commitment to enhancing education, aligning with the recommendations of the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms.

Machogu expressed that the government is resolute in implementing the recommended changes in entry qualifications for Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs). These reforms are poised to boost the enrolment of aspiring educators in TTCs, with a particular focus on addressing the teacher shortage crisis in the North Eastern Region and across the nation.

The commitment of Ruto’s government to empower education is evident in its efforts to construct new TTCs and colleges nationwide. These initiatives aim to ensure that quality education is accessible to all, bridging gaps in underserved areas and providing opportunities for aspiring teachers.

The establishment of the Mandera Teachers’ Training College highlights the government’s dedication to education reform and its unwavering commitment to shaping a brighter future for Kenya’s youth. It signifies a promising step towards a more prosperous and educated nation.