Story/Reuben Olita

Busia Governor has said his Government will extend water pipelines from a borehole at Kwangamor Catholic Parish to supply water to the primary school and other nearby institutions.

Addressing pupils, parents, teachers, alumni and invited guests during a funds drive in aid of 16 classrooms which are in deplorable condition, the Governor said water scarcity in learning institutions will be a thing of the past.

H.E Ojaamong said upon the county government procuring a modern water drilling rig, he ordered the water department to drill a borehole at the Kwangamor Sub Parish which has since been elevated to a parish following that kind gesture by his administration.

The Governor who witnessed deplorable state of classrooms with no single one constructed since 2009 when he built 11 classrooms through CDF during his tenure as area Member of Parliament.

H.E Ojaamong who donated the required 200 bags of cement and sand pledged to marshall well wishers for another harambee to salvage the reputation of the 83 year-old school.

He revealed that his government has employed two Early Childhood Education (ECDE) teachers at the school apart from numerous projects in the sub county with is no mean achievement.

He regretted that no area MP had constructed any additional classroom at the school except incumbent MP, Hon Geoffrey Omuse who has constructed two latrines since 2013, wondering why the discrimination for his former school.

Another alumni Catherine Omanyo who declared her interest to vie for 2022 Woman representative position pledged to revive the image of the school by addressing challenges facing it.

Amukura East Member of the County Assembly, Hon Moses Echopat revealed that the county government through the Ward Development projects had injected Ksh.10m to go towards construction of Okisimo Vocational Training Venture, adding that Akobwait dispensary was now operational.


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