KIMC SIGNS AN MOU WITH THE COUNTRY GOVERNMENT OF UASIN GISHU

The Institute has taken one further step towards her long held vision of expanding its services to the counties through the setting up of satellite campuses. The Institute on 27th February signed an MOU with the County Government of Uasin Gishu at a ceremony in Eldoret attended by His Excellency Jackson Mandago, Governor, County Government of Uasin Gishu and KIMC Council members Mr. Charles Kilonzo and Col. (Rtd) Joel Tirmet. Governor Mandago signed the MOU on behalf of the County government of Uasin Gishu County, Mr. Kilonzo on behalf of the Institute while KIMC Director Mr. Hiram Mucheke signed as the witness. Other members of KIMC staff present during the signing ceremony were the Deputy Director Mr. Peter Wakoli and Corporation Secretary Mrs. Angela Kiptoo. 

The two parties committed themselves as follows: The County government will provide land where the Eldoret Campus will be located, and provide the necessary physical infrastructure such as roads, power and water to the campus. The Institute will development and administer training programs that recognize and address the media requirements as well as invest in capacity for quality training among commitments.

  The Institute will forever be grateful to the County government and people of Uasin Gishu for their generosity in offering land for the construction of the KIMC Eldoret Campus. KIMC will always remember, H.E Governor Mandago for his vision in inviting the Institute to start a Campus in Eldoret.
 
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