KMTC to increase campuses to cater for more students

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Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) is set to have additional campuses in the country to cater for the increasing number of students.

According to the KMTC board chairman Professor Philip Kaloki, the current 64 training colleges in the country are not able to accommodate the increasing population of medical students hence the need to have additional branches.

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Prof. Kaloki said that 86 new colleges will be established to cater for the increasing numbers of students across the country.

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He made this assurance in Nyamira town during the handing over of two buses meant for the County’s KMTC branch and another for Bondo at the Kenya Medical Training College Nyamira Campus grounds.

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He noted that the current population of students that stands at 38,000 will be increased to 50,000 in the near future.

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