Teachers hail intensity of training at MKU
VC hands over a certificate to Grace Waiyego a sessional representative for leadership trainingTeachers who furthered their studies at MKU through the April School-based programmed have praised the quality of learning. “MKU is the best University,” said Tukuyoi David Mpata a teacher at Oloolng’osuani Primary School, Kajiado County. “The Vice Chancellor and entire faculty are humble to a fault.”
He says his experience at MKU was both a professional and personal challenge.
Vice Chancellor Prof. Stanley Waudo, during the closing assembly held on May 2, 2014, said education is one of the key human pursuits that have no ultimate. “It is a continuous process, and as a matter of fact, the more education you acquire, the better it gets.”
MKU conducts the programme through the Directorate of School-Based Programmes.