Locho Primary School in Lugari Ward, Lugari Constituency has received a major boost after the area Member of National Assembly Nabii Nabwera launched construction of an eight-classroom storey block worth Sh18 million.
Speaking when he laid a foundation stone for the construction, Nabii reiterated his commitment in transforming and upgrading schools in his Constituency by improving infrastructure including replacing mud classrooms.
Decrying the sorry state of infrastructure in many of schools where the Constituency leads with muddy classrooms in Kakamega, Nabii vowed to invest more in education promising a brighter future for young learners in his Constituency.
He said the initiative is aimed at bolstering the quality of education, saying he has ambitious plans to upgrade and modernize all schools within the Constituency.
“This comprehensive effort, backed by substantial funding, is set to reshape the educational landscape in Lugari and ensure the Constituency reclaims its education stature,” said Nabii.
The MP castigated a section of parents for abdicating their parental responsibilities of providing basic requirements towards their childrens’ education forcing them to be sent back home oftenly.
“For our children to perform well in their education they must be fully in school and attend all lessons and this can only happen if everybody plays their role as required,” said Nabii.
He reminded parents that education was the only equalizer that can put their children on the same level with those of the most respected leaders adding that all education stakeholders need to complement each other by proactively playing their respective roles for better results.
With the scarcity of land being witnessed, the law maker said education was the only inheritance that a parent can give to their children and help them in future.
“These improvements seek to elevate the standard of education and empower the next generation with the tools they need to thrive in an ever-evolving world,” concluded Nabii