The Governor of Kajiado County H.E Dr. David Nkedianye yesterday launched the second phase of bursary allocation to students from the county in university, colleges and secondary schools.
The bursary which totals up to 65 million was given to 7,038 students from the county and was distributed as follows; 15 million for universities, 10 million for colleges and 40 million for secondary schools. each student receiving ksh 10,000.
Speaking during the handing of the cheque to the ministry of education, the governor argued the teachers and parents to ensure they lift the level of education in the county
“We want to follow up the rate of enrollment in our schools all over the county and follow up the performance of the students in the county. We want people to study well and come and help this county”
On indiscipline cases, the head of the county added that it is paramount
“We have seen several cases of indiscipline cases in our schools, students burning buildings in school. That is very bad. We want our students to be responsible people and learn to negotiate with their teachers, and if they don’t agree let them go home. We will not built schools to be burnt by irresponsible students “ said the governor.
Also present were the deputy governor, county executive incharge of education and other county officials.
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