The Governor of Kajiado county Dr.David Nkedianye joined residents of Purko ward Kajiado Central to celebrate the triumphant results from Enkaroni Primary School with a plus mean score of 37. In 2014 they had a mean of 219 shooting in 2015 to 256.74 which was the best improved school in the area. Nkedianye accompanied by Education CECM Hon.Nairowua, Finance CECM Hon. Keswe Mapena, Area MCA Hon. Kipaika, Ward administrators applaud the work done.
Speaking during the occasion the county boss congratulated the 47 candidates who sat for the exam, 27 were boys and 20 were girls. Five pupils got 300 marks and above, four of them were boys and one was a girl while 26 pupils had 250 marks. “We still have a long journey to go if 26 out of 47 had good marks” Said Nkedianye
Nkedienye articulated teachers, parents and different stakeholders to embrace unity to better education standard in the area. Urging them to aim higher to a mean score of 300 an above. He guaranteed them that every registered school will be given teachers by the government. “I guarantee you that every registered school will be counted for a teacher’s vacancy” said the Governor.
Warning them sharply on destroying the forest and selling of lands that leave many homeless and area as desert land. He said he had begun the fight long ago and all he can do for now is to proceed ahead to stop the syndicate of lands selling.
Nkedienye voiced to residents to register as voters in large numbers and challenged parents to ensure their children who have attained 18years have participated in the ongoing Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission [IEBC].
Area MCA Hon. Kipaika lauded the results and urged the community to unite and avoid any political differences to help their children achieve their goals. He added that teachers should aim higher to improved more.
Education minister hon. Jeremiah Nairowua highlighted the ongoing projects of ECDE class as a good step and urge parents to fetch their children to school for a better future.
Alex Saleh who isnEnkaroni primary school head teacher was delighted with the results and cherished the team which worked hard to ensure the laudable job was done. He called more on cooperation from all stakeholders adding that two of his pupils had been taken by fly of wings. Saleh said the first pupil had 346 marks compare to last year 306.
Nkaru one of the parent said they are very excited with results and asked the county government to support where they can to improved more.
school pupils performing a traditional song during the day.