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Bungoma: Webuye West MP Want Police Post Set Up In Misikhu Ward To Avert Insecurity

Webuye west Mp Dan Wanyama want the police post set up in Misikhu ward to avert the ongoing insecurity in Mukhe and Sirende areas.

Speaking to the press during the Mashujaa celebration fete at Matulo Friends Secondary school that was graced by Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati, the legislator said the evil team known as Seventeen brothers has been reportedly to have claimed the life of many Kenyans.

The Tanga tanga legislator blamed the area OCPD for not acting immediately  after he approached him severally.

"I have been approaching area OCPD for several times but he had not acted on it, I urge the county commissioner to intervene and help put up a police post within the two areas," he said.

However, Wanyama added that Sirende and Mukhe areas have been surviving for long without a police post.

Concerning Education the legislator urged school principals not to send away learners because parents don’t have money at the moment.

He blamed the Ministry of Education for the delay on the supply of desks in schools adding that learners should keep social distance.

"Let not the issue of the anticipated desks be like KEMSA scam, the Ministry should act with speed and bring desks in schools," he said.

He said no single school has received desks from the ministry of Education even after the Cabinet Secretary rolled out the initiative.

Samuel Kimiti Bungoma County Commissioner assured that he will act with speed to ensure that insecurity in Mukhe and Sirende in Misikhu ward is ended and a police post is set.

He urged parents to work hand in hand with local leaders and ensure that learners within Bungoma and its environs and staying safe amid Covid-19.

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Bungoma Dan Wanyama Misikhu OCPD Samuel Kimiti Bungoma


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