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Uhuru Kenyatta surprises Narok School as he honours longtime promise, spends light Moments with Pupils 

Uhuru Kenyatta surprises Narok School as he delivers promise 53-seater bus spends light Moments with Pupils.

The students of a primary school in Narok were thrilled after retired president Uhuru Kenyatta surprised them with a school bus.

Uhuru delivered the 53-seater bus while posing for photos with pupils and their teachers before seeing them off.

The former president is seen in one of the pictures smiling and cradling a small girl among a group of children and teachers.

The incident happened a few days after a picture of President Uhuru Kenyatta leaving a hotel in Narok County surfaced.

The school is mainly supported by funding which is raised in nightly contributions to the Foundation Angama Mara.

Since its launch in 2015, the Angama Foundation has built three classrooms, student ablution facilities as well as teachers’ accommodation and ablution facilities at Partakilat primary school.

The foundation has also been fortunate enough to partner with additional projects at Partakilat with guests and other Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) wanting to make a difference in the school and the community around the school.

Since handing over office to his successor, President William Ruto, the former president has maintained a low profile.

Former President Uhuru Kenyatta was at the forefront of supporting Competency-Based- Curriculum Education. 

He claimed that the country’s job challenges could best be handled through the new educational system and that doing so was one of his government’s top goals.

The former president claimed that the purpose of CBC was to get the nation ready for respectable and fulfilling employment.

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