Samuel Kablit

 

Education; Quality vs Quantity

Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, the founding father of the Kenyan nation declared war on three deadly enemies; illiteracy; poverty and disease when Kenya attained independence from the British in 1963. Ironically, 52 years later, his son Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, whose name Uhuru implies freedom in Kiswahili is at the helm of the country’s leadership with the three enemies still wreaking havoc among Kenyans. Of all counties, among the most neglected by Jomo Kenyatta and subsequent presidents is Turkana County. It has always been classified as being among one of the mostRead More