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MP Wamunyinyi Distributes 50M CDF Cheques To Schools

Kanduyi constituency member of Parliament Wafula Wamunyinyi has embarked on building schools in his constituency in his bid to improve learning conditions of pupils and learners.

Kanduyi MP Wafula Wamunyinyi presents a cheque at Maliki primary school, he started the school because children were walking for long distances to attend school in the neighborhood, source files.

Speaking at Maliki primary school where he had delivered cheques to buy land and construct new classes, Wamunyinyi said education of children in his constituency is the only assurance of change in the coming days.

"We shall only do away with poverty and other social problems in our society by promoting education of our children," he said.

Wamunyinyi also pointed out that improvement of infrastructure in schools is requisite for bringing development in the whole area.

"Facilities like electricity and road network will be promoted as a result of setting up such schools, this will open up our constituency," he added.

He assured parents that Maliki primary school which he personally started is now fully registered.

He also used the opportunity to condemn political leaders who never go back to help their electorates after winning election but sabotage development.

"Those are enemies of Bungoma and their time is up, we want to see them working, not wasting our county with bad politics," he said.

Wamunyinyi has also expressed his dissatisfaction with BBI rulling citing that Kanduyi is too big and he expected it to be split into two.

"We get equal amount of CDF money with smaller constituencies and this strains our development projects, I have over 200 schools compared to others who only have 30, BBI is a loss for Kanduyi constituency," he said.

Several other schools have received cheques amounting to KSH 50M.

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Kanduyi Maliki Wafula Wamunyinyi Wamunyinyi


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