Education has been given priority by the previous and the current administrations in the country since the advent of the free primary education when Former President Mwai Kibaki took over power in 2003 from the then President, Moi.
Picture courtesy. Artist's impression of the school.
The President Uhuru administration has also ensured that there is a 100% transition from Primary to Secondary School meaning that no child is left behind under any circumstances.
This morning, we have been alerted to an ongoing development in the Constituency of Kimilili where a state of the art primary school is being constructed by the National Government Constituency Development Fund.
The Constituency is under the flamboyant and a bit controversial Member of Parliament, Didmus Barasa who has been a vocal supporter of Deputy President William Ruto in his UDA brigade.
The Kamukuywa Primary School block is a modern teaching block that will be a first of its kind in the area given how massive and ambitious the project is.
What are your thoughts and opinions on this development? Let us know in the comments section below.
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