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Trans Nzoia Governor George Natembeya today lead the county together with other technical training institutes stakeholder to mark the TVET centenary celebrations in the county by lighting the celebration torch, emphasizing on the importance of vocational training in fostering the growth of the small and medium enterprise economy, recognizing it as a critical component of economic development.

Speaking during the torch-lighting ceremony commemorating centenary celebration of Technical Vocational Education and Training institutions (TVETs) in Trans Nzoia County, Governor George Natembeya expressed his administration’s dedication to enhancing vocational training colleges (VTCs).

“Vocational training is crucial in combating unemployment in the country by equipping learners with skills for self-employment. The achievements of this sector are worthy of celebration,” the Governor emphasized.

The centenary torch symbolizes the tremendous success that the nation has achieved through Technical and Vocational Education and Training.

Trans Nzoia CEC Educational and vacationa training Capt Stanley Kirui encouraged students to enrole in the 32 vacational training centres across the county and the 4 Technical Training Institutes and the Kitale National Polytechnic to acquire skilled knowledge.

The Governor was joined by a delegation from the TVET sector in the region, headed by Martha Wekesa, the Trans Nzoia County Director of TVET, along with John Akola, the principal of Kitale National Polytechnic, the principal of Endebess Technical Training Institute Daniel Kakusha and the principal of Cherang’any Training Vocational Institute, Mr. Nobert Wafula, Director Vocational training Eliud Khisa Lusweti deputy director Eric Wafula among other county officials.

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