As pupils across the country write their Science and Kiswahili exams today, the Deputy President William Ruto has said they must harness and utilize the talents of the youth, who are endowed with different gifts.
Speaking on Wednesday Morning at Musa Gitau Primary School, Kiambu County during the administration of national examinations and wishing success to candidates, Ruto added that All students will get a place in various learning institutions to further their knowledge
“We must harness and utilise the talents of the youth, who are endowed with different gifts. All students will get a place in our various learning institutions to further their knowledge, sharpen their skills and earn a successful career,” Said Ruto.
On the other hand President Uhuru Kenyatta accompanied by Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed Supervised the start of the Science paper on Day 2 at Uhuru Gardens Primary school in Nairobi.