Corporates Kenya

Kesses Mp urges government to prioritise education matters

Staff Reporter

Julius Kipleting, Member of Parliament for Kesses,told the press that the constituencies expected to receive approximately 2billion Ksh per every week from the treasury.

Hon. Julius Kipleting was speaking at a Mombasa hotel during the ongoing parliamentary induction meeting,where he urged the government to continue prioritizing education matters to provide students with access to education.

The constituency has 21 secondary schools, and approximately 15 000 students are expected to benefit from CDF funds.

On January 24, all primary and secondary schools officially opened.

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