750 TVET Students Fully Sponsored By Buuri MP

Meru MSEA Director Ivy Gitonga (left). Koome Vocational Principal (Center), Hon Rindikiri Buuri MP during the launch
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750 TVET Students Fully Sponsored By Buuri MP

In the wake of TVET courses advocacy, Buuri member of parliament Hon. Rindikiri Mugambi has fully sponsored at least 750 students from his constituency for a three months course.

Hon Rindikiri dancing with KTTI students during the program launch

The students will join the five renown TVET institutions in Meru namely,

  1. kiirua TTI * 164 students
  2. Ruibi vocational *92 students
  3. Koome vocational* 192 students
  4. Ethi vocational *  70 students
  5. Timau TTI *232 students

Speaking during the launch of the program at MSEA Juakali grounds, Rindikiri said “TVET institutions are charged with the responsibility of skills training of the people to propel the country the status of a medium industrialized nation by the year 2030. It is the high time our youth get trained on courses that will help them to employ themselves and improve their living standards”

The sporship

He added that this program will also fight the drug menace as most of the youth will be engaged in school.

While lauding the program, Koome Vocational principal said “I am so excited and humbly honor our able MP hon Rindikiri for this particular program. It is a well thought idea and I am requesting that the program continues even in the future”

Meru MSEA Director Ivy Gitonga (left). Koome Vocational Principal (Center), Hon Rindikiri Buuri MP during the launch

Meru MSEA director Madam Ivy Gitonga said that their main mandate is to promote, develop and regulate micro small enterprises. She has promised to support the MP in the program by equipping the their Juakali site where the youth can learn through mentorship and business programs so that they will be knowledgeable.

The students present shown faith and willingness to start the program promising to fully avail themselves for the courses.


Why is the MP advocating for technical skills?

Technical skills help you get higher-paying jobs. Whether you are employed or self-employed, having strong technical skills allows you to leverage the technology which pays you well. The better you understand the technology, the more value it holds, and the more you will extract from it in monetary form.

Enrolled has commenced  in various institutions students are turning up in high numbers.

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