Winners of Robotics Finals in Kenya Visit Nagasaki University

Mr. Elisha N Abeka, Snr. Technical Education Officer of State Department of Vocational and Technical Training in the Ministry of Education Science & Technology, Republic of Kenya, and principals and students from the winning instituions of the Robotics Finals in Kenya made a courtesy call on Dr. Shigeru Kohno, president of Nagasaki University on 2 December 2019.

The delegates include Mr. Charles N. Akach, Principal of Kabete National Polytechnic, Mr. Simon Charles Kivutih, Principal of Jeremiah Nyagha Technical Institute, and Ms. Celestine Akinyi Dominic, Principal of St Joseph’s Technical Institute for the Deaf.


In the meeting

Commemorative photo

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