Kenya: Narok Polytechnic Fete
By Kiplang, 9 November 2012
NAROK County Commissioner Farah Kassim has advised youths to be self-reliant rather than seeking white collar jobs which are not easy to get.
Kassim said it was better for young people to use their acquired skills to start their own enterprises. He made the remarks yesterday at Narok Youth Polytechnic during the graduation of 86 students.
Kassim said the government is keen on improving intermediate institutions to ensure those who do not qualify for universities have somewhere to get technical skills.
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