President William Ruto has cautioned school managers against exploiting parents on the pretext of delayed capitation.
Speaking during a church service in Teso, Busia county, Ruto said the government had released capitation and funding for bursaries totaling sh62 billion to support education.
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He said the government of kenya has this january released sh62 billion inclusive of sh10 billion for the bursaries to all required institutions, be it primary school, secondary school, university schools and tertiary.
Ruto said the government was keen to ensure access to education for every kenyan child, warning school managers who sabotage the government’s plan of sanctions.
He added that funding set aside for bursaries will target students from humble backgrounds struggling to settle school fees.