Second day in Kajiado East, Kenyawa poka ward Dr.David Nkedianye commissioned ECDE Classes in Paranai and Imbuko primary schools that were built by his government . Accompanied with his deputy governor Hon.Paul Ntiati, area MCA Henry Kimiti and other county official’s they also visited ewang’an primary school where they constructed a fence, and finally commissioned a dormitory in Entaretoi high school.
During the official launching of classes, the residents of the area raised alarm on wildlife as a challenge that has affected their pupils on coming to school on the right time something that has led to poor performers in the schools around.
Supporting the matter Nkedianye urged the Kenya wildlife service to compensate those families whom have lost their life’s through wildlife animals. He added that two years down the line a young man was killed and never compensated. The family is still crying up to date. Assuring the residents that his government is ready to partner with stakeholders to end perennial Human-Wildlife conflicts in the county.
The governor noted that the residents of Kajiado have suffered huge losses and others lost their lives to wild animals which stray from the parks in the region. He added that pupils are worried of going to school due Wild animals attacked. “We appeal to all the stakeholders to come on board and partner with us in order to curb human wildlife conflicts which are on the increase in our County. Our people are suffering as the wild animals are killing them and they are not getting any compensation,”
Speaking in the same occasion area MCA emphasized the need for partners to come in aid of the families who have been terrorized by wild animals.