Parents urged to invest in the education of their children

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Bryan Munika Liseche when he officially opened pit latrine at Kiliboti primary school
Bryan Munika Liseche when he officially opened pit latrine at Kiliboti primary school

Parents in Lugari constituency have been advised to invest in the education of their children to give them a strong foundation for prosperity.

Speaking when he officially opened three pit latrines he constructed at Kiliboti primary school in Matete, the Lugari parliamentary candidate on United Democratic Party UDP Bryan Munika Liseche said education is the only inheritance children can obtain from parents in this time and age.

“Land has become scarce and parents should know that unlike in traditional times, nowadays education has remained the only worthy property a child can inherit from them,” he stated.

If elected the area MP in the August 9th elections, Liseche promised to prioritize education  in its effort to transform the Sub County for the better saying it’s only through formal education that the youths will  be able to achieve their legitimate dreams in life.

He said education is part of the foundation of all progress and growth both as an individual and as a society.

Pit latrines constructed by Bryan Liseche at Kiliboti primary school
Pit latrines constructed by Bryan Liseche at Kiliboti primary school

“I have identified and I will continue to prioritize the education sector as the foundation upon which sustainable development can be built on,” said Liseche.

He said he intervened to help the school which was staring closure for lack of pit latrines after being informed of the situation by the school head teacher.

Liseche urged residents to be wary of politicians who were moving around giving empty promises that they would develop the area after being elected.

“Let them start showing examples of what they are capable of doing now, they should not wait to be elected for them to start helping. A good leader is one who is read to assist anytime whether in office or not,” concluded Liseche.