Sirisia Constituency residents and Bungoma County at large have been urged to embrace education as a tool to change the economic status of the region.
Addressing teachers, parents and other stake holders in Sirisia, during the function to celebrate St. Paul’s primary school for the best results in 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, Cheptais Catholic priest Fr. Michael Protus Osianju urged political leaders and elite groups to invest in education.
Osianju added that as St. Paul’s Lwandanyi community they have put measures to make sure that learners score the highest marks so that they can secure chances in National Schools.
“We are closely monitoring our pupils in school and we urge parents to give pieces of advice to their children” Fr. Osianju said.
He further appealed to youths in Sirisia to join technical training institute to acquire technical knowledge that will help them get jobs and earn a living.
On other hand, Engineer Malaba Keya who hosted St. Paul’s primary school fraternity in one of his facilities pledged his support towards education in the Sub County as the only way to change society.
Mr. Keya who is also eyeing Sirisia Constituency Parliamentary seat urged students to focus on their studies, adding there’s need to put up a model school in every ward to boost education.
“How I wish that we construct model schools in our region to enable learners grow academically and eliminate poverty.” He said.