Blog Post

03 Jul
By: Kajiado County Admin 0


The county leadership at kurket primary school where they emerged the best in KCPE last year in Namanga zone.

The County leadership led by the Deputy Governor at kurket primary school where the school emerged the best in KCPE exams last year in Namanga zone.

Deputy Governor Hon.Paul Ntiati accompanied by CECM in charge of Education Hon.Nairowua, CECM for lands Hon.Ali Letura, area M.P Elijah Memusi, area M.C.A Hon Toshi, TSC Director Madam Ann Nkwama and other county officials joined resident’s Kajiado Central to celebrate triumphant results from Kurket primary school Namanga zone. This was after obtaining a mean score of 302 during their KCPE results last year.

Speaking during the occasion the Deputy Governor lauded the work done by the pupils and the entire team to earn glorious results. Ntiati outlined the performance as an example of how people can work hard and achieve irrespective of where they are. Adding that the school has a lot of challenges but they have worked hard to gain the mark. He articulated the team behind the success for the recommendable job done. He urged pupils to aim higher in their studies and also broaden their minds when it comes to career choice.

The Deputy Government encouraged the support from different stakeholders towards the school as a way that will empower education progress in the county. Ntiati said that education is a vital human right and plays a key role in human, social, and economic development hence the county government is committed to build a strong education foundation for our children. It’s demonstrated in our efforts to ensure increased access to early childhood education. He added that the county government has equally invested heavily in skills development through the upgrading and equipping of polytechnics as part of strategy to unlocking the potential of self-employment.

Area M.P Elijah Memusi applauded the participant of their victory and promised to build two classrooms for the school. He also urged pupils not to relax on the good marks they obtained but work hard so as to achieve a much higher mean score.

CECM for lands Hon. Ali Letura warned residents on land selling as a way to of enslaving themselves hence leading to poverty.