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Kibaki outlines his successes

13 December 2012, 08:50

Nairobi - President Kibaki on Wednesday used the last Jamhuri Day celebrations of his rule to outline his government’s main achievements and declare that the country was now on a good footing to attain newly industrialised status by 2030.

According to Daily Nation, Kibaki who was presiding over his last National Day celebration as President, enumerated better and improved roads, sustained economic growth, introduction of free primary schooling and expansion in university education as some of the achievements that had placed Kenya in the development take-off stage.

In academics, take-off is one of the final stages towards a country transforming into a developed country.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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