Pupils at Wambara Primary School sitting on the floor during class time. Photo/Facebook
In this age, many pupils are expected to sit on desks or chairs while attending lessons.
However, that privilege is out of the question for a section of pupils at a school in Bondo Constituency, Siaya County.
"It's awful to see our children sitting on the floor for classes and helping themselves in condemned latrines. What a shame!!!. CDF was meant to fix such problems. It is Ok, in 2022 we must fix this mess," wrote Captain.
The MP for Bondo is Gideon Ochanda, while Sakwa is the home area of ODM party leader Raila Odinga.
Here is how a section of Kenyans reacted after Captain posted the photos on facebook: Billy Ipupa Otieno said, "Baba's backyard...The Man Saying he wants to transform Kenya."
"Back yard of a perennial presidential aspirant.....," said Nicholas Mapesa Awitty Casanda.
Dickens Chelo Wabuko said, "Raila Odinga this is your home. Transform it then look at transforming Kenya."
"You mean such dilapidated schools still exist in this era of Devolution and CDF? Shame," wrote Omondi Gwonyo Jauriri.
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