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15 000 students will join National schools

29 January 2013, 09:15

Nairobi - 15 000 students are expected to secure vacancies in national schools.

Daily Nation reports that the Form one selection process will be conducted on February 4.

Currently, there are 78 national schools countrywide but the government intends to raise the number to 105.

- For more visit Daily Nation


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