Hon. Chris Wamalwa Derivers 6 School Buses To 6 Secondary Schools In Kiminini
By Vinicius' | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 628 views
The residents, teachers and parents and community in Tranzoia County, Saboti Constituency, Saboti location are so happy today and cannot hide their joy after Hin. Wakhungu Chrisantus Wamalwa of Ford Kenya party delivered 6 new buses into 6 various secondary schools in Kiminini location early Monday 22 February 2021
1. 1S.A HILARIO WEKHONYE SCONDARY SHOOL , located in Tranzoia county, Saboti Constituency, Kiminini location.
2. KABUYEFWE FRIENDS GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOL, located in Tranzoia county Saboti Constituency, Kiminini location.
3. ST JOHNS HIGH SCHOOL- SIRENDE.
4. ST TERESA'S BIKEKE GIRLS SECONDARY SCHOOL.
5. ST FRANCIS MITONI MITATU HIGH SCHOOL.
On his Twitter handle, Hon Chris Wamalwa said Kiminini NGCDF_Kenya procured and schedule to deriver school buses to various schools in Kiminini in view of derivering on vision for provision of affordable transportation services to both the schools and neighbouring community.
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