Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli speaks at a burial in Kathome(source.cpatterson)
Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli says a degree is not a must for elective seats..
Speaking while touring his constituency Muli said that a degree is important but so is basic education.
According to him good leadership is not bases on education alone.
"There are a lot of capable people who never got a chance to go to college or universities because of one reason or another. On the case of degrees for selective seats is that you can't ask of something that has not been given to the people," he said.
The lawmaker asked all stakeholders in the sub county to ensure a hundred transition in education.
"Now that our kids are going to form one lets encourage a hundred percent transition so that those who did their KCPE proceed to high school, "he said.
"The reason why in Kangundo we are investing in education is to ensure we are top in terms of education," he added.
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