Senator Mandago when he signed MoU for Uasin Gishu Students to study in Canada.

Mandago Signs New Deal for Uasin Gishu Students to Study in Canada


More Uasin Gishu students are set to fly out of the county for further studies.

This follows the latest agreement signed between the County Government of Uasin Gishu and the Northern Lights College in Canada.

Governor Jackson Mandago, currently in Canada for an official tour announced the signing of the agreement on Saturday, March 19, 2022.

Mandago with Ag President and CEO of Northern Lights College Todd Bondaroff

Under the agreement, Mandago notes, students from Uasin Gishu will study various courses at the college.

Implementation of the agreements starts this September.

I have signed a partnership pact between the County Government of Uasin Gishu and the Northern Lights College in Canada. This will allow Kenyan students from Uasin Gishu to study various courses in the Institution from September 2022. The program will be fully sponsored by the County Government of Uasin Gishu,” Mandago posted on his official Facebook page.

I led a delegation from Uasin Gishu County where we penned the agreement with the Ag President and CEO Todd Bondaroff of Northern Lights College campuses in Fort St John and Dawson Creek,” he added.

Mandago with his delegation and the one from Northern Lights College

The county is already sponsoring students to study in among others Finland and Ukraine – and the latest deal is in what Mandago says “is part of my elaborate plan to open opportunities for quality training and jobs for the youths of Uasin Gishu”.

Recently, Governor Mandago hinted at plans to allocate funds at the Ward level that will be used to help sponsor students traveling abroad for further studies.

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  1. It’s a job well done by our very own Governor. I am interested. Kindly inform me on the way forward towards applying to study in Canada. Make my dream come true

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