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DSC 1451Charles Khayira, Deputy Director Education, who represented the Principal Secretary, Education, Science and Technology gives the keynote address today, Tuesday, November 24, 2015 during Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015 National awards Ceremony at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in Nairobi. The participants of the essay competition were required to write essays of between 1000 – 1500 words on: “Why political stability is is important for the integration of the East African Community partner?” The competition commenced on March 30th, 2015 and ended on 17th July, 2015.

The competition was open to all students in form one to form four in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The participants were asked to write in English, French or in Kiswahili languages but the same topic. The competition aims at creating awareness among the students about the policies, programmes and activities of east African Community.

 

DSC 1427Aloysius Chebet, Principal Education Secretary East African Community, speaks today, Tuesday, November 24, 2015 during Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015 National awards Ceremony at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in Nairobi. The participants of the essay competition were required to write essays of between 1000 – 1500 words on: “Why political stability is is important for the integration of the East African Community partner?” The competition commenced on March 30th, 2015 and ended on 17th July, 2015. The competition was open to all students in form one to form four in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The participants were asked to write in English, French or in Kiswahili languages but the same topic. The competition aims at creating awareness among the students about the policies, programmes and activities of east African Community.

 

DSC 1542Beryl Njoki Mungai (Right) from Kerugoya Girls high School with her teacher receive Science equipment for their school from Charles Khayira, Director Education, today, Tuesday, November 24, 2015 award for First Position, English category during Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015 National Awards Ceremony at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in Nairobi”. The participants of the essay competition were required to write essays of between 1000 – 1500 words on: “Why political stability is is important for the integration of the East African Community partner?” The competition commenced on March 30th, 2015 and ended on 17th July, 2015. The competition was open to all students in form one to form four in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The participants were asked to write in English, French or in Kiswahili languages but the same topic. The competition aims at creating awareness among the students about the policies, programmes and activities of east African Community.

 

DSC 1552The winners in East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015, Position 1 to 5 (from Left to Right, front): Beryl Njoki Mungai (Kerugoya Girls High Sccool), Jane Kitavi (Ndalani Secondary School), Juliet Barasa (Moi Girls Eldoret), John Njenga (Nyahururu High School) and Odongo Teddy Sylvance(Kanga High School) pose for a photo with guests of honors today, Tuesday, November 24, 2015 during Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015 National Awards Ceremony at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in Nairobi.  The participants of the essay competition were required to write essays of between 1000 – 1500 words on: “Why political stability is is important for the integration of the East African Community partner?” The competition commenced on March 30th, 2015 and ended on 17th July, 2015. The competition was open to all students in form one to form four in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The participants were asked to write in English, French or in Kiswahili languages but the same topic. The competition aims at creating awareness among the students about the policies, programmes and activities of east African Community. The competition aims at creating awareness among the students about the policies, programmes and activities of east African Community.

 

DSC 1557The winners, special category in East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015, pose for a photo with guests of honors today, Tuesday, November 24, 2015 during Ministry of Education, Science and Technology – East African Community Students’ Essay Writing Competition 2015 National Awards Ceremony at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development in Nairobi. The participants of the essay competition were required to write essays of between 1000 – 1500 words on: “Why political stability is is important for the integration of the East African Community partner?” The competition commenced on March 30th, 2015 and ended on 17th July, 2015. The competition was open to all students in form one to form four in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania. The participants were asked to write in English, French or in Kiswahili languages but the same topic. The competition aims at creating awareness among the students about the policies, programmes and activities of east African Community.

Pictures By Kibet Cheptumo/KNA