WOTE Tti Principal Welcomes the Ps-Ministry of Gender, Culture and the Arts, the Governor Makueni County and other stakeholders for the Grand Opening Of The 96TH Edition of Kenya Music Cultural Festival Kicks off at Wote Technical Training Institute
WOTE TTI in Makueni County is hosting the 96th edition of the Kenya Music and Cultural Festival (KMCF) from 1st -9th December,2023.
The festival seeks to enhance livelihoods and contribute to the realization of country development through the promotion of cultural and creative industries. Also, part of the objective of the festivals is to entrench culture in climate action by enhancing the participation of communities in the preservation of the environment. The cultural music festivals will identify and safeguard Kenya’s tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
The participants at the event include cultural organizations and groups, county choirs and county assembly choirs from 47 counties, water companies, parastatals, and national government agencies, and music clubs from TVET Institutes and Universities.
The presentations at the festivals will include music and dance consisting of vocal solos, duets, trios, quartets, small, standard and advanced choirs, folksongs and dances, instruments, live bands, and deejaying.
The artistic works at the event will also feature solo recitals, chanting, spoken word, sports commentating, and exhibitions of traditional medicine, traditional food, fashion design, music production, and visual arts—carvings, painting, pottery, basket weaving, and sculptures.
Theatre and film presentations at the event will include dramatized verse, dramatized dances, narratives, skits, plays, film monologues, comedies, puppetry, documentaries, reels, short and feature films, a phone film challenge, animation, and drama mashups.
The festival is organized by the Ministry of Gender, Culture, the Arts, and Heritage in collaboration with Makueni County Government with the theme “Our Culture: Towards National Cohesion, Integration, and Peace

The 96th Edition of Kenya Music Cultural Festival Kicks off at Wote Technical Training Institute in Makueni County: Wote Technical Training Institute among the Key Partners.

WOTE TTI wins the best Narrative, Class 1305A entitled “Margarita” in the ongoing 96th Edition of Kenya Music Cultural Festival at Wote Technical Training Institute in Makueni County

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Wote Technical Training Institute has been in the forefront in the development of technology and thus our Institute motto ‘Excellence in Science, Innovation & Technology’

We have tried our best to objectively re-align our core functions to our objectives so that we become an integral part of the whole nation in realization of the presidential “Big Four” initiatives and Vision 2030.

For us to be nationally and internationally competitive, it was inevitable to review our strategic plan in order to place ourselves strategically in the global market.

Our Vision; “To be a technical training Centre of excellence in business and technology for all sectors of the economy” is our driving force to spur skills into economic competitiveness and as one of our pillars in the realization of Vision 2030.

In recognition of the important role that the Institute plays in our country, we have set out our strategic plan with the aim of providing quality training for the production of self-driven craftsmen, business and technical labor for the local and international market.

It is our commitment to utilize funds from Institute fees, Income generating unit, Government grants and development partners, to enable the Institute improve the infrastructure and development of human capacity that will lead to realization of our objectives.

Currently the Institute has diversified the courses to include Business Studies, CBET courses, Applied Science and Hospitality courses. The Institute is managed by a Board of Governors and the Government provides trainers in the various fields of study.

It has been noted that the expected growth in students’ enrolment at WOTE TTI, and with regard to the national/global trends in education, research and technology the founders’ vision has not been fully realized.

Finally, it is our ambition that Wote Technical Training Institute becomes a National Polytechnic in the near future.

Joshua K. Munywoki

Principal/Secretary, BOG





Wote Technical Training Institute was established with the aim of providing knowledge and skills to the people of Makueni County and beyond. In line with the government’s requirement that the management of all public institutions be governed through strategic plans, the Board of Governors decided to develop a strategic plan in line with MOE guidelines and Makueni County Integrated Development Plan as a road map in the achievement of Vision 2030 and beyond

The process of coming up with the strategic plan has been participatory, commencing from the various departments. Coming up with the document is one step, but for effective implementation the commitment of all interested parties is required.

Resources are also required in the implementation and we appreciate the framework that the Government has put in place to ensure Kenya realizes Vision 2030. The Institute shall take advantage of the renewed interest that the Government has in Technical and Vocational Education. During the implementation process, monitoring and evaluation shall go hand in hand so that we keep our goals in sight.

I appreciate the work done by the Institute community in the strategic planning exercise and wish them success during the implementation stage. I also assure them of the BOG’s full support.

Prof.Joseph Munyoki Mwinzi

Chairman, Board of Governors


Wote  Technical Training Institute is a corruption free zone.