Currently, primary and secondary school children in Kenya are on holiday. The students who are still in school are those sitting for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education exams. This situation has provided an opportunity for starting the construction of a classroom block at Kamukuywa ACK primary school. The project is being funded by the national government in collaboration with the constituency development fund.
Today, Hon. Didmus Baraza who also serves as the member of parliament for Kimilili constituency, informed his twitter followers about the ongoing construction. On his twitter page he wrote, "Construction of Kamukuywa ACK Mapela Primary School is taking shape. The project is funded by the national government and Kimilili's constituency development fund. Once completed, it will be a replica of how schools will look like from 2022 and beyond. Our main objective as the people of Kimilili is to improve the education infrastructure within the constituency."
The short twitter message was then followed by artistic impression photos of how the classroom block will look like once it is completed.
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