TVET minister dropped
Dr. Albert Nsengiyumva has been relieved of his duties, as the State-Minister in charge of Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the Ministry of Education according to information from the Prime ministerâ€™s desk.
In a tweet, this morning Tuesday the Premier said Nsengiyumva was relieved of his responsibilities in line with the constitutional powers (article 116) endowed to the president of the Republic of Rwanda.
The Government of Rwanda has set its priorities on boosting technical education and President Kagame emphasized this aspect during the presentation of the Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey (EIVC4) report 2015.
The move could be in relation with the slow pick up of Technical education schools as some of them in the southern province have been faulted for providing substandard education, even when private sector has been brought on board.
Nsengiyumva has served the office since his appointment in 2014. He was formerly the Minister of Infrastructure.