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Peace agenda and nationhood to be taught in schools

By Alex Wakhisi | March 10th 2016
National Cohesion and Integration Commission Commissioner Dr. Joseph Nasongo (right) addresses Press during the workshop in the establishment of peace (Amani) clubs in learning institutions in Kenya, held Kakamega on March 9, 2016.His flanked by Commissioner Prof. Gitile Naituli (left). Photo: By Benjamin Sakwa

Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidates will undergo a compulsory training on cohesion and integration before joining secondary schools.

Gitile Naituli of the National Cohesion and Integration Commission said his team was keen to promote peace, unity and integration among learners and the community.

He was speaking in Kakamega town during a seminar on establishment of peace clubs in learning institutions in the country.

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