Kenyans have communicated ruckus via virtual entertainment after it arose that the workstations that were guaranteed by the Jubilee organization are being sold in Uganda economically.
As per Nation, a vender took to Facebook to publicize for the deals at (150,000 Ugandan Shillings). This is roughly Ksh4,000.
In one more deal, the workstations are going for Sh3,700.
Strikingly, in 2013, the Jubilee organization under President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto swore to give PCs to elementary younger students to upgrade computerized education.
Very nearly 10 years after the fact, the fantasy is yet to be understood.
The Digital Literacy Program (DLP) is a program borne out of the Government of Kenya’s vision to ensure each student is ready for the present computerized world and to change learning in Kenya into a 21st-century schooling system.
The Jubilee government had vowed to give each class one student a PC in the wake of winning the 2013 political race.
Be that as it may, the arrangement was retired over among others cost difficulties. The public authority depended on tablets which are as yet unfulfilled.