There are few schools in the area and most of them have poor infrastructure. Other than that, schools are more active in improving various facilities in the government as well as providing teaching materials.
According to sources, new information has emerged about what could happen when the school opens next year. According to the latest report shared by popular sources this hour, Wanyonyi Ferdinand has broken his silence and revealed that most schools in the country will not have classrooms next year unless the Treasury releases CDF funds.
He also informed that some classrooms under construction may be destroyed due to rain. I quoted a source who said: “The case is for 2013. Let the treasurer spend the CDF money while waiting because it is raining now and some of the classrooms that have been built will be destroyed. “It will be a mess when the school opens in January,” Wanyonyi said.
If the treasurer fails to release CDF funds, it is bad news for all students and parents, because some schools will not have classrooms from January next year.