Mukumu Girls Set to Receive 16 million Package from Government
Education Cabinet Secretary, Ezekiel Machogu has commissioned a 6 million Water Purifier machine at Mukumu Girls High School.
The move is set to benefit learners and staff at the school after the death of 1 teacher and 3 students last term. 204 students were also admitted to various hospitals showing signs of fatigue, diarrhea and vomiting.
Machogu assured all parents that the situation will get back to normal.
The CS added that the government will replace the old asbestos at the school for 10 million next week.
Mr. Machogu noted that the government and school administration are working closely to ensure learning facilities, infrastructure and school conditions at the school are improved to ensure the learners safety and performance remains topnotch.
The CS also revealed that all the 800 bags of rice, maize and beans have been disposed, adding that fresh produce was procured to ensure the learners don't get exposed to contaminated food again.
He assured that no student had been admitted to any hospital since the school reopened on 8th May.
Machogu lauded the students for cementing their name in the KCSE result index across the nation through exemplary performance.
Mr. Machogu added that capitation for Junior and Senior secondary schools had been released by the National Treasury.
"By Friday the money will be in school accounts," revealed Machogu.
The 28 billion was released to the Ministry of Education for the current quota