22 November 2012

Kenya: Narok Seeks More Experts

EDUCATION players in Narok yesterday said the region's resources are poorly exploited because of the lack of sufficient skilled labour.

Led by Mara Education Trust Foundation chairman Andrew ole Sunkuli, the educationists blamed the shortage post-secondary institutions in the county for the situation.

Speaking in Narok yesterday, Sunkuli said the region is in need of experts to utilise the resources and generate a source of livelihood to the locals. Sunkuli, a Nairobi-based publisher, is eyeing the Narok senator seat.

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