Today, the government announced that the junior Secondary School will be domiciled in Primary section. That the just concluded KPSEA exams will not be used for transition. For that reason, various leaders took to social media to react with the latest being Kimilili member of parliament honourable Didmus Barasa.
According to him on Facebook, he is a happy man after government decision to domicile junior Secondary Schools in Primary School because like an eagle, he foresaw this. He presided over the Construction of 25 Classrooms with storey buildings in 25 0 of 60 Primary schools in Kimilili, build 8 new classrooms in 10 primary Schools, renovated the whole buildings in 12 primary schools. He is only remaining with 10 Primary schools with structures build in 80s.
With the resumption of NGCDF, his promise is to renovate all primary schools to secondary status, tile and landscape them by 2025. Once this is achieved he will quit constituency politics.
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