“I am thankful to the President for allowing me to continue teaching at the University of Nairobi Medical School even as I serve as the Cabinet Secretary for Education. I didn’t stop teaching because I became a Cabinet Minister. Avoid choosing jobs. If you find any job, do it as it will open doors to greater opportunities,” he said. The former University of Nairobi Vice-Chancellor also challenged the University to focus on postgraduate training as opposed to offering bachelor and diploma programmes.