Member for Nyali constituency Hon. Mohammed Ali asked the police boss to solve the issue involving the construction of perimeter wall in Frere primary school within Mombasa county. According to his post on twitter account, the law maker claimed that their work through the national government constituency development fund (NGCDF) has not been easy following the attack from some known members within the county.
He said constructors who were given the contract to complete the tender was allegedly chased away by county inspectorate together with regional commissioner John Elungata. “We did respond but our Constructor was chased away by the County inspectorate with the help of Coast Regional Commissioner John Elungata. Seems like drug business is more important than the safety of our school going children,” reads the statement.
The school had earlier requested funds through NGCDF for the construction of the wall so as to keep the pupils safe from outsiders who normally spend their time within the school compound. It said that some members of the public are loitering within the school while smoking bhang and other related drugs. In other words, the pupils will not have conducive environment for learning.
Police boss is expected to take action although he has not responded to the matter. All those involved will face the law.
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