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Utalii should manage Ronald Ngala college

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By Benard Amaya | August 3rd 2016

For more than four decades, Kenya Utalii College (KUC) has remained the institution of choice for those who want to pursue a career in the hospitality and tourism industry.

Because of the quality of training KUC offers and the increased demand for skilled manpower, the college cannot meet industry human resource needs. The entry of major global brands requires more technical personnel. Expanding the human resource base is a matter of priority

The construction of the Ronald Ngala Utalii College was long overdue. Coming at a time of acute shortage of skilled human resource for the ever-expanding industry, Ronald Ngala Utalii College is a welcome move. The facility should be managed by Kenya Utalii College. Ronald Ngala Utalii will benefit from skilled and experienced teaching staff of the

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