Nabunga secondary school parents and teachers celebrate the official launch of a storey building

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A storey building that was launched
A storey building that was launched

Parents, students and teachers of Nabunga primary and secondary schools in Kiminini constituency had a reason to smile after the official launch of 3 classes and a hall that was commissioned by the area MP and an aspirant of Trans Nzoia gubernatorial seat Dr. Chris Wamalwa.

Expressing his joy and gratitude to the National Government Constituencies Development Fund (NG-CDF), the school principal Mr. Paul Otupe thanked the area MP for the good work he has done in ensuring that needy students receive timely bursaries that have enabled them to succeed in their studies and made to Universities.

Students of Nabunga secondary school
Students of Nabunga secondary school

Mr. Otupe also thanked Dr. Chris Wamalwa for the selfless sacrifices he had made despite many activities he had in ensuring that he had given priority to education by guaranteeing that schools infrastructure in his constituency is in good conditions to facilitate conducive learning environment.

Dr. Chris Wamalwa who was accompanied by other political leaders campaigned for his gubernatorial seat by saying that if he gets elected as the governor of Trans Nzoia on 9th August he will work with his aspiring successor for the Kiminini constituency parliamentary seat Joseph Dabodabo to ensure that schools receive more funding from the County government and through the CDF project.

Kiminini MP Dr. Chris Wamalwa
Kiminini MP Dr. Chris Wamalwa

“If you vote for me as the governor for Trans-Nzoia County I will make sure that this school gets a bus come next year’s financial year through my cooperation with Dabodabo who will be your MP by then, I urge you to vote for Joseph Dabodabo as your MP because he has the capacity to deliver.” He said.

Dr. Wamalwa further thanked teachers and parents of Nabunga for having trust in his work towards development of schools and he urged parents to cooperate with teachers for good performance.

By Andrew Fingili