BY IBRAHIM ADOLWA
Parents who have been having difficulties in clearing school fees for their children
in Kiminini constituency now have a reason to smile. This follows the allocation of sh 11 million meant for bursuries in the constituency. Speaking at St. Vincent Catholic Church in Kiminini over the weekend, area legislator Dr. Chris Wamalwa urged parents to visit chief's office and fill bursaries forms that would make them legible to receive funding from the education kitty.
"The bursery forms are available at the chiefs' office. It's upto the parent to make an effort to visit the chief's office and fill them", Said the lawmaker.Following the rampant insecurity in the country, the MP stated that he has bolstered security by purchasing a police patrol vehicle.
"We have set up plans to curb insecurity and make it a thing of the past in Kiminini constituency. This is part of the wider plan", Said Wamalwa. The MP was speaking at a dedication ceremony for vehicles donated by the CDF kitty held at St. Vincent Catholic Church, Kiminini.