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07 Apr
By: CGK 0


Noosikitok residents follow listening to the deputy governor  when he toured the area in a school closing ceremony.

Noosikitok residents listening to the deputy governor when he toured the area in a school closing ceremony.

The Deputy Governor of Kajiado County Paul Ntiati joined residents at Noosikitok primary next to Mailtisa, Matapato South kajiado central. Ntiati accompanied with CECM in charge of  Education Hon.Jeremiah Nairowua and area MCA Hosea Toshi lauded the effort of the school in their performance.

The Deputy Governor articulated teachers, parents and different stakeholders to embrace unity to better education standard in the area. Urging parents to continue supporting teachers in school whenever they required their support. Ntiati said “as a county government we are ready to support you to ensure our children has obtain a better feature.”

The deputy governor used the platform to warn them sharply on land selling as a way to make them slaves and lead to poverty. “You must stop selling of lands because it will lead to poverty and slavery.” Paul said

Area MCA Hon.Hosea Toshi hailed the effort and urge the community to unite and avoid any political differences to help their children achieve their goals. He added teachers should aim higher to improved more. “Let’s unite together and avoid any political differences to better our community and teachers should aim on a higher mean score.” said Hosea

Education minister hon. Jeremiah Nairowua highlighted the ongoing projects of ECDE classes as a good step and urge parents to fetch their children to school for better future. He added, education is the key to success we should embraceon it.Hon.Jeremiah warn them on gender balance in education, since the ratio of girls is very low.

Parents lauded the Deputy Governor as one of the originators of the school, after building a classroom before he was elected. They asked county government to support where they can in order to improve more in learning. “We as parents we are happy for the work done and need the government to fully support where they can to improve education sector in the locality.”