At the Mpeketoni TVET in Bahari Ward, H.E. Governor Fahim Twaha with other top County authorities and community leaders in the first ever combined graduation ceremony for Mpeketoni and Witu TVET.
Over 290 students are graduating from a variety of technical and life skill courses, including ICT, dressmaking, beauty treatment and hairdressing, hospitality, plumbing, hina painting, electrical, building and construction, carpentry, welding, and motor vehicle mechanic.
The Lamu County Government has initiated extensive TVET reforms in order to produce the technologists and craftspeople required to help Kenya and Lamu accomplish their economic goals.
To increase accessibility, Governor Fahim’s government has opened 14 satellite polytechnics throughout the county, waived fees in all of them, and expanded curricula.