West Pokot Governor commissions educational projects in Kapenguria

West Pokot Governor Kachapin Simon commissioning projects. Photos by Hillary Muhalya.

West Pokot County Governor has commissioned various projects in Siyoi Ward which are aimed at ensuring that they are safe and meet the purpose for which they were made to serve, and also to ensure that engineering techniques were followed before handing them over to the residents.

Speaking during the commissioning of Early Childhood Education Centres in Kamariny and Kaprech as well as three other high school classrooms at Kaprech, the Governor Simon Kachapin assured residents that good education standards is the county’s top priority.

The governor said that it’s only through education that people can become better citizens, get the difference between good and bad adding that education shows the importance of hard work and enables citizens to grow and develop to make a better society.


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The Governor went ahead to commission Kamariny-Kaptoposwo, Katilal-Kamariny road which according to him would ensure proper transportation of agricultural produce to marketa in good form and time.

In order to prevent flooding, and channel water away from roads and other areas where it could cause damage, the governor launched a new culvert at Katilal-Kamariny and the Katilal-Kerongot bridge.

County Executive Committee Member for Education Rebecca Kide.

Present during the commissioning was the area MCA Esther Serem, County Secretary Jonathan Siwanyang, County Executive Committee Member for Education Rebecca Kide among others.

By Hillary Muhalya.

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