By TCD EDITOR.
In address at Intellect College’s 2nd graduation ceremony, Chief Officer for Polytechnics, Vocational & Homecraft Centres, Kennedy Munyambu, expressed the County Government of Kitui’s commitment to enhancing skills development. Governor Dr. Julius Malombe’s initiative “Kisomo Nokyo” aligns with this vision.
Highlighting the pro-poor fee support program, CO Munyambu announced an increase in polytechnic student support from Sh.5,000 to Sh.10,000, ensuring comprehensive coverage for their training. The Governor also pledged to cover grade test exam fees for needy students in Vocational and Training Centers.
The ceremony celebrated 155 graduates across various technical disciplines, with CO Munyambu emphasizing their success as a result of hard work, discipline, and self-drive. The Chief Officer extended best wishes for their future endeavors.
Notable attendees included Irrigation Chief Officer Bretta Mwangangi and representatives from public and private institutions.