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23 Mar
By: CGK 0


Pupils of Indupa primary school join their parents in celebrating the school performance in last year's KCPE results.

Pupils of Indupa primary school join their parents in celebrating the school performance in last year’s KCPE .

The Governor of Kajiado County Dr.David Nkedianye joined Indupa resident’s kajiado west to celebrate the triumphant results from Indupa primary school. The school was position 3 in kajiado west Sub County with a mean score of 261 the best ever. Nkedianye accompanied with Kajiado west MP Moses Sakuda, CEC for education Jeremiah Nairowua, Education chief officer James Sankale and other county officials applauded the job done by the school.

Speaking during the occasion the county chief articulated teachers, parents and different stakeholders to embraced unity to better education standard in the area. Nkedianye praised the school for working hard despite the hardship in their condition. Governor said “I am very impress, this are schools that are working hard in fairly difficult condition and they are doing well knowing they can compete with any other school around. We will continue to monitoring the progress so that these school do even better.”

The governor clarify the issue of bursary saying the main reason we do not have bursary is that there are slit changes that have been made by the MCAs the committee in charge of education and I have asked the MCA in charge who is the chair to make sure that those changes are made so that the control of budget can released the money. The governor also promised 20 chairs to the school.

Kajiado west MP Sakuda cherished the results and challenged teachers to aim higher.He congratulated parents for the opportunity they have given their pupils especially the child girl. He also urged the leadership to embrace unity and avoid political differences in matters concerning development to community.

Education minister Jeremiah Nairowua acknowledge the results saying it is a commendable job. He urged parents and all stakeholders to support teachers and pupils more to better their studies.

James Mpooke the head teacher express his joy for tremendous achievement saying it is through hard work and cooperation. James said the celebration is also made to motivate the learners and all stakeholders so we can work together to see better performance in future. Mpooke applauded the work done by the chief boss by constructing a road to the school. In the year 2013 it was the only school without an access road in the entire county, he gave us the road and due to the road communication became very easier.

The teacher also lauded the support from area MP in repairing of necessary classes  damaged by wind.

                                  INDUPA PRIMARY SCHOOL LAUDED FOR THEIR HARD WORK

The Governor and area MP Hon Moses Sakuda during the ceremony