The Commandant NDC Lt Gen Mulata addresses participants at CEMASTEA before declaring the Five day training workshop for Kenya Spacing Agency training officially closed.
The Commandant National Defence College (NDC) Lieutenant General Adan Mulata officiated the closing of Kenya space Agency Educational Program for Technical and Advancement Satellite Training Workshop at the Centre for Mathematics Science and Technology Training in Africa (CEMASTEA) on 8th November 2019 in Karen, Nairobi.
A total of thirty students took part in the five-day training workshop. The course trained students from various Universities and the Defence Forces Technical Training College (DEFTEC) on how to use the expertise of Air Space Cube Technology to improve livelihood of Kenyans in various economic fields.
Lt Gen Mulata in his closing remarks expressed his satisfaction with the work done by Kenya Space Agency and its partners in imparting knowledge to the upcoming scientists. This he cited, was in line with its key mandate of promoting, coordinating and regulating all space activities in the Country.
The Commandant also urged local university students and their faculties to take up the challenge by implementing what they have learnt during the workshop so that they can explore Space as one way of solving numerous economic problems the country faces.
Present during the closing ceremony were the Kenya Space Agency (KSA) Chairman Major General (Rtd) James Aruasa, the Director General Kenya Space Agency Dr. Kimani, Director CEMASTEA Miss Jacinta Akatsa, Professor Masahiko Yamazaki from Nihon University of Japan and other invited guests.
Chairman Kenya Space Agency Maj General (Rtd) James Aruasa gives his remarks during the closing ceremony
The chief guest Lt Gen Mulata awards certificates to the participants of the training. He is flanked by Professor Masahiko Yamazaki from Japan and Chairman Kenya Space Agency Maj General (Rtd) James Aruasa
The Commandant NDC Lieutenant General Adan Mulata plants a tree at the Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in African CEMASTEA when he officially closed a Five -day training workshop organised by Kenya space Agency.