Kisiwa Technical Institute Wins The Western Region TVET Skill Competition

Kisiwa Technical Training Institute, Bungoma has been crowned as the winner of the just concluded Western Region TVET fair skills held at the Busia polytechnic grounds.

The institution bagged several trophies in different categories, where Matili TTI from Bungoma County emerged as the first runners up, while Sigalala National polytechnic was honored for having presented various skills, innovations, robotics and research papers.

Wanga TVC was pronounced as the most improved in the TVET 2024 competitions.

Speaking to KNA immediately after the announcement of the results, Kisiwa TTI Research and Innovation Coordinator Sammy Mabele expressed excitement, adding that it was the first time for the institution to be the champions of the region.

‘We are so excited and very proud,’ he said, expressing gratitude to the institution’s principal and the Board of Governors for giving the much needed support to the innovators and exhibitors.

Mabele expressed confidence that the institution will be the champions at the N
ational level.

The Dean of Students at Matili TTI Arthur Amunga expressed joy stating that the institution has won more than eight trophies hence emerging second best.

Amunga thanked the Institution’s Principal for sponsoring all the projects that they displayed in the TVETs fair.

He appreciated their innovators and exhibitors for their hard work and commitment to the projects.

‘We actually bought the required material in time and the students worked on the projects in good time under the supervision of their instructors and trainers,’ he said.

The forum that brought together 29 TTIs and one TVC was presided over by the Western Regional Director of TVETs Joseph Sunguti.

Source: Kenya News Agency