Officials from the ministry have been given instructions by Professor George Magoha to find all of the 2021 applicants who have not yet registered for Form One. Officials have an additional responsibility to monitor people who are reporting and ensure that they are continuously educated.
“The One Hundred Transition, which was initiated by President Uhuru Kenyatta, has had a significant impact. Professor Magoha issued an appeal to the general public, saying, “I want to ask the public to report any incidences of pupils who have not gone to various institutions they were called to.”
He went on to say that the government was committed to achieving the 100 percent transition in order to move the country from lower-income to upper-income levels and meet the targets of the Big 4 agenda. He said this in the following way.
According to the CS, if the transition to 100 percent renewable energy is successful, it will assist the county in achieving the objectives of Kenya Vision 2030, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), commonly known as the Global Goals, and the African Union Agenda 2063.
“These children are willing to be in school because they recognize that education is both an equalizer and a game-changer in their pursuit of a brighter future. ”
This is proven by the fact that three counties have already reached 100 percent, while another ten counties have achieved more than 90 percent in transition,” he stated. “This is a demonstration of how quickly we can attain our goal.”
He disclosed that the entire amount of people making the shift across the country had climbed by around 15 percent between the previous year and this year.
Professor Magoha stated that this activity needs to be carried on until all counties have registered a score of one hundred percent.
The CS issued an order to all education and security officials in the 11 counties, demanding that they immediately begin searching for the youngsters who fell under their respective purviews.