science has emerged from the confluence of a variety of disciplines and disciplinary subfields, all of which had developed an interest — typically, during the 1960s or 1970s yet this is exactly the same period that young kenya was getting her independence from great mother britain.
to be specific with my facts,kenya is not yet even planning to pull off its milk teeth as far as science and technology is concerned,baring in mind we are living in an era where your might is muchly appreciated with how advanced you are,compare a phone call in kenya and japan,funny isn"t it?
Lets take a ook at what we as kenya have achieved in the last decade,
-we are nowhere near to sending someone into space
-we are nowhere near into creating a locomotive that resembles us
-we are far from creating a nuclear plant that we can man by ourselves,we had to hire manpower to drill our oil in ngamia 1.
then i sit back and ask if its lack of interest among the key sector players or its the resources,and one thing comes out evidently that our government has perfectly ignored local key players.