The second batch of kitui artisanal miners graduated on Friday in a colourful ceremony attended by environment executive member.Kitui county Governor H.E Charity Ngilu has focussed on wealth creation in kitui county by supporting different teams to acquire knowledge in SEKU.
on Friday afternoon a group of 60 men and ladies from different parts of Kitui county who were taking a short course on Artisanal mining graduated from SEKU (main campus).
The function was attended by the Environment and Natural resources Minister Hon. John Makau who represented H.E the Governor Charity Ngilu as the Chief Guest.
In attendance were, Chief officer Hon Joseph manga, Dr. Temi, and other senior officers from Kitui County Ministry of Environment and Natural resources.
The SEKU university registrar Academics Dr. Konga, who represented the Vice-Chancellor praised the graduands for their good character and commitment during their course period. He also said the University is ready to continue supporting the kitui county Government with this training program.
He was accompanied by professor Eliud Mathu who is the Course Coordinator and the resource mobilizer Dr. Muthoka.
After the ceremony the team was moved to Environment and natural resources ministry offices were they were equipped with the relevant tools and equipment ready to go and start work.