The Governor of Kajiado County Dr. David Nkedianye yesterday opened a new dormitory at Mashuruu secondary school built by his government.
The school which has an enrollment of about 330 boys last year got a mean score of 4.5 and a new dormitory after a fire tragedy that burnt down another dorm.
The governor who was once the deputy of the school in 1999 told the students to aim higher in their studies.
“For better results to come from this school, you must maintain discipline and aim for the best. The ladder of success is not crowded up there. There is always room for everyone who works hard.” Said Nkedianye
The county boss said his government is allocating bursary funds to many students to ease the burden for the parents.
“We are allocating bursary to many students and during the last financial year we gave this school ksh.619, 000 to ease the burden for parents and the number of absentees in school because of school fees. “Said Nkedianye
The governor urged the students to get good grades that will take them to the top universities in the country like Nairobi, Kenyatta, Daystar and may other.
The school head teacher promised a mean score of 5 in this year final exams.