Nyamira needy college, varsity students get Shs 151M in bursaries

Kitutu Masaba MP Clive Ombane Gisairo Photo By Enock Okong'o

In a bid to boost education, university students from Kitutu Masaba Constituency have received Bursaries worth Sh 151 million in the 2022-2023 financial year from the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF).

The area MP Clive Ombane Gisairo reiterated his commitment to supporting education activities through paying fees and upgrading infrastructures to enable learners to study in a conducive environment.

The lawmaker revealed that his NG-CDF Committee will construct 31 modern classrooms in some selected schools across the constituency based on equitable distribution across the four wards in the constituency.

He was concerned about Riooga Primary School which he said was still accommodating pupils in classrooms under a dilapidated iron roof in mud walls with dusty floors.

The MP revealed that he had mobilized resources from friends and Non-Governmental Organizations to put up modern classrooms for the whole school.

‘We shall build 9 classrooms to accommodate pupils from grade one to nine.” He said.

The MP also said he had elaborate plans to involve all schools in the constituency in fighting against the effects of climate change.

He said his office will liars with school management committees to plant 2, 400 avocado trees in six primary schools.

“Each of the six selected schools has been given 400 seedlings to plant and they will be used as benchmarking centres for the programme as it trickles down to other schools.” He said

He said the exercise will be a game changer for the lives of the pupils, teachers and their parents as the avocado trees will beautify the environment and provide fruits for the communities around.

He appealed to the residents and other education stakeholders to embrace the spirit of exclusivity to enable them to bring sustainable change to the community

By Enock Okong’o

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