Kangundo member of parliament Fabian Muli has urged residents to take care of development projects in the region.
Speaking while launching several projects Fabian noted with concern that some of the projects he had initiated earlier had been vandalized.
"We know there's COVID and a lot of people are struggling. I have seen Ituusya and a neighboring school which have been vandalized," said Muli.
"Electric cables tiles, iron sheet and other things are being vandalized. I'm urging the locals to report to the police if they know who is doing this because these actions are pulling us back," he added.
He called upon school administration to ensure they have security to ensure the school is well secured.
Muli spoke this week while opening different development projects at Ituusya, Kwa Ndiu, Kikambuani primary schools among others.
Muli says no pupil who did their Kenya certificate of primary school exams should fail to join high school.
He urged parents to ensure their kids go to secondary schools and continue with their education.
He said that those with few problems while register with the chiefs and their assistants to get financial help for their kids.
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