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I agree with you fully. Developing infrastructure (roads, railroads, airports and utilities) opens up whatever limited resources that we have. Kibaki's free primary education was a welcome step that should be followed by free secondary education. Coupled with these should be a thorough revamping of the university system to make it easier for more students to access a university education. I attended a university that has less facilities than the university of Nairobi yet it is able to accomodate 30,000 students. An educated population is likely to be more resourceful than one that is not.
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