Ruto Opens KeNHA-funded Hostel In Nairobi School

    President William Ruto has vowed to push for more investments in the education sector.

    Speaking during the launch of a new dormitory complex in Nairobi School, Ruto commended Kenya National Highways Authority for its input in enhancing the school’s capacity in providing quality education.

    “The good work by KeNHA and all the stakeholders who made this possible must be praised for improving the capacity of brilliant minds in this institution.”

    He stated that the government is committed to creating a student-centered, modern, dynamic, and inclusive education ecosystem.

    He went on to say that such a system shapes brains, shapes character, and transforms young people into agents of advancement.

    The President emphasized that Kenya’s education system must provide “our children” with the necessary skills and values to succeed.

    “Our goal is to create an education system that meets market demands and prepares students for future threats and opportunities.”

    Nairobi School is a national secondary school located around 11 kilometers from the city center in Nairobi, Kenya. It was founded in 1902 by British immigrants who had moved to Nairobi following the completion of the Uganda Railway.

    Musalia Mudavadi and Gitobu Imanyara are some of the prominent alumni from the premier school.