Deputy President William Ruto has assured that the Government would deliver credible examinations in order to develop the right technical expertise to drive the economy.
Speaking on Thursday when he toured Moi Girls High School in Nairobi to check on the progress of the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations, Ruto said all students sitting this year’s KCSE would next year be admitted to universities, technical institutes among other higher institutions of learning.
“We have a place for each one of you next year in our institutions of higher learning. We have made it possible for each one of you to pursue your careers, go after your talents in all areas. That’s why we are committed to quality and affordable education,” said Ruto.
He praised the role of examinations management in the country for working round the clock to ensure credibility in the examinations.
“As parents we are confident that these examinations are of integrity. You will make us proud as parents,” Ruto told the students.
Ruto who was flanked by Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed, Principal Secretary Belio Kipsang and Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) chairman Prof George Magoha when he toured the institution shortly before the students sat for their Chemistry Paper Two.
Earlier, the Deputy President urged national leaders to support the church in translating bible scriptures in local dialects.
While attending a breakfast consultative forum on bible translation in Nairobi Thursday morning the DP said communities should easily access the bible in languages familiar with them.