Pupils from Kapsabet High Primary school in Nandi county have benefited from the free Laptops project from the Jubilee Government.
The school led by the Head teacher Mr. Mathew Tum received the laptops from a team from Moi University staffs and applauded the efforts by the Jubilee government in fulfilling the promise to the standard one kids.
He said the school had been waiting for the accomplishment of the promise by the government for the past three years down the line and now are very thankful to be given the priority amongest the 150 schools countrywide.
The head teacher confirmed that the school received 52 digital laptops comprising of teachers and learners kits adding that it will make work more easier by promoting effective teaching among the teachers.
The laptop project which was the Jubilee election promise is a gate way to efficient teaching and learning in public schools and is an attempt by the National government in integration of information communication technology in curriculum delivery for Kenyan schools.
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The pupils were extremely happier for the project thus promised to work harder in class through this new technology.
Jubilee government led by the president Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto has been working a round the clock to deliver on its manifesto before the next coming general elections.