One hundred and fifty primary schools across Kenya have received laptops for their pupils.
The distribution of the devices was promised during the presidential campaign of 2013 as part of the Digital Literacy Programme intended to educate the country’s children with the benefit of technology.
The devices may have been three years late, but now they
are here, much to the delight of the primary school pupils.
The Digital Literacy initiative is led by the Ministry of Education and comes at a cost of 17 billion shillings.
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