Members of the NRM parliamentary caucus meeting at the National Leadership Institute in Kyankwanzi have asked government to enter into partnership with private schools to be able to deliver on its mandate.
This is after concerns were raised over government’s failure to fulfill its obligation of setting up government secondary schools in all sub counties across the country.
As the party spokesperson Ofono Opondo has told KFM that the legislators have also urged government to increase the budget for supervision as one ways to improve performance.
The party’s secretary general pushed the presentation of the party’s roadmap that was expected today to tomorrow.
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