Cabinet Secretary for Education Professor George Magoha has noted that corruption is still a major problem In the education sector.
Magoha while launching a new CBC classroom at Kadika Girls in Migori said that if all corruption systems are checked the government can achieve value for money not only in education but in other sectors within the government.
He noted that it was important to focus on the future instead of dwelling on the past to move the country forward in terms of service delivery to the citizen.
Prof. Magoha added that by mapping schools on Geographic Location of Schools (GIS) and placing them on NEMIS platform corruption has greatly reduced through the face out of education cartels.
He said the two systems have enabled the Ministry of Education to know exactly the number of schools and students in those schools across the country.
Magoha assured the public that as long as he is the head of the education docket no corruption will see the light of the day.
He stated the Ministry has saved billions of shillings under his watch and ensured that the cash is channelled towards improving the education sector in the country.