Uhuru hosts students at State House, urges integrity and honesty
President Uhuru Kenyatta hosted students from three schools at State House, Nairobi on Friday.
The President who recently returned from Saudi Arabia told the students that all Kenyan children must get equal education opportunities.
“There is no place called far in Kenya. Everywhere in Kenya is part of Kenya. And it is the responsibility of any decent government to ensure that our children wherever they may be feel that they are treated in exactly the same way as their colleagues and counterparts in other parts of the country,” the President said.
The students were from Thika School for the Visual Impaired (Kiambu County), Archbishop Eliud Wabukala ACK Malakisi High School (Bungoma County) and Nyiro Girls’ Secondary School from Baragoi, Samburu County.
The President presented them with school buses and challenged them to work hard and uphold values of integrity, honesty and discipline.
He also cautioned them to avoid cheating in examinations saying his administration will ensure 100 percent transition to secondary school.
“If that is our promise, why do you have to cheat?” President Kenyatta posed.
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