Mohamed Ali's Amazing Work Impresses DP Ruto And Kenyans [Photos]
By AustineBarasa | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 0 views
On his final day of the tour to the Coast region, Deputy President William was scheduled to officially open the newly built 'Kwa Bullo' Primary and Secondary schools in Nyali constituency today.
The school buildings were constructed by the Nyali MP Mohamed Ali courtesy of the Constituency Development Fund and the contractor that had been tasked with materializing the project did quite a wonderful job.
At the end of the construction process, two storey buildings stood out shining in yellow and pink colours and were surrounded by a well finished perimeter wall as seen below;
The buildings impressed Deputy President William Ruto during the launching process and he took a moment to get inside some classes to get a glimpse of how they looked like.
To his surprise, the DP found that the classes had already been equiped with furniture and were absolutely ready for learners to use as seen in the photos shared by the DP himself.
As he was sharing those photos on his Facebook page, the impressed Deputy President William Ruto said that "we celebrate the outstanding work of Nyali MP Mohamed Ali for the prudent use of the Constituency Development Fund."
That "we will continue collaborating with such leaders to enhance access and improve the quality of education in the country."
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