Muhoroni CDF to purchase buses for six schools

Sospeter Ngerea, Muhoroni Constituency Manager and the CDF Chairman George Del. Photo by Fredrick Odiero

Muhoroni Constituency Manager Sospeter Ngere has revealed that six secondary schools will benefit from buses courtesy of the NG-CDF in the coming weeks.

Ngere said that three buses will be bought for Prof Ayiecho Obumba Secondary in Ombeyi, Ngere Kagoro Secondary (Masongo Nyangoma) and Oginga Odinga Tamu Secondary (Chemelil Tamu) in 2022/2023.

Further, Ngere added that the CDF also planned to buy three buses for Olik Oliero Secondary, St Boniface Magare Secondary and Our Lady Queen of Peace Muhoroni Factory.

Ngere said schools in Muhoroni and markets have been connected to electricity.

“We are continuing with building of classrooms in various schools across the constituency,” he added.

Ngere appealed to school Principals in Muhoroni to focus on quality education.

“We want to transform Muhoroni into an education hub. The main objective of the area MP Onyango Koyoo is to produce professionals in various sectors,” he said.

Ngere said Koyoo was committed to ensure all those who qualify for professional courses at the end of four years will have their education fully sponsored.

In February last year, the MP disbursed KSh3.5 million to 61 students joining Form 1 in national schools.

The MP initiated the scheme in 2014. He said Muhoroni Constituency has produced a number of professionals.

Koyoo said at the time that his mission is to enable Muhoroni to produce top lawyers, doctors, engineers, and other professionals through the sponsorships he has initiated.

The MP said his office has been tracking the performance of the students under the programme. “The statistics in the CDF office indicate that most of the sponsored students have joined universities,” he said.

The bursary fund is disbursed in five categories; national schools, special-course universities, vulnerable students, colleges, universities and secondary schools.

He said university students will continue getting support. Koyoo asked the beneficiaries to work hard and be disciplined.


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Meanwhile, more than 1,800 university and college students in Muhoroni in Kisumu County have benefited from KSh15.7 million bursary.

The money from National Government Constituency Development Fund was disbursed to 1,803 students from Masogo/Nyang’oma, Chemelil/Tamu, Miwani, Muhoroni/Koru and Ombeyi wards.

Muhoroni CDF chairman Bernard Del presided over the disbursement on behalf of area MP Onyango Koyoo at Nyangoma chief’s camp.

College students in Muhoroni.

Of the 1,803 beneficiaries, 1,039 university students received KSh10.4 million while 764 college students got KSh5.3 million.

Del said students in university received KSh10,000 each with KSh7,000 for those in colleges and tertiary institutions.

He was accompanied by Kenya Secondary School Heads Association Chairman George Ombok and Muhoroni Sub-county Education Director Rebecca Maritim and other education stakeholders.

Del said the CDF committee under the leadership of Koyoo was committed to improving education in Muhoroni.

“Education is one of our major development agenda because as it is the greatest equalizer and investment we can give our children,” he said.

In two weeks, the chairman announced that Koyoo will preside over the disbursement of bursary to students in day and boarding schools in sub-county, county and extra-county.

A total of 10,000 students have applied early this year, with MP issuing KSh12.5 million fully sponsored to 234 students in national schools across the country.

211 university students were sponsored to pursue medicine, engineering, architecture and law to a tune of KSh8.4 million bursary.

Last year, Koyoo disbursed KSh30 million bursary to over 5,000 students in day and boarding schools.

By Fredrick Odiero

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