Boarding schools can’t be scraped  says Member of Parliament.

Interior cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i(2nd Left) with CAS in the ministry of roads and infrastructure Chris Obure(Left), Kitutu Chache North MP Jimmy Angwenyi(2nd Right) and Bobasi MP Innocent Obiri(3rd right) dancing with Traditional Secular Artist Mombinya(Right) during a fund drive at Nyabisase secondary school on Friday 20th July 2018. PHOTO/BRIGHTON MAKORI/DAILY CLOCK

Bomachoge chache member of parliament  Alfah Miruka has said that there is no need of scraping Boarding schools instead he challenged stakeholders to support in  building  more facilities in Boarding school.

The Mp who was speaking at Nyabisase secondary school in Bobasi consitituency during a fund drive in aid of the construction of  a dormitory , he said that it’s time to help the boarding schools with providing the necessarily materials   than scraping them.

“You cant scrap boarding schools,when saying that you want to do away with them it  means  we are going  back  to old days . Let our boarding schools be empowered,” he said.

Miruka challenged  students to avoid burning schools by urging them to know that when in school they are building their future foundation .

The legislator’s statement comes after two schools from the region  Kisii school and  Botoro have been affected by fire.

His sentiments were enchored by his counterparts Innocent Obiri  MP for Bobasi and Jimmy Angwenyi MP for Kitutu chache North who also called for Omogusii unity.

Obiri also noted that he will ensure that schols in Bobasi are empowered as he  promised to open new day schools in the region which will help day scholars  too as they are empowering boarding schools.

Kitutu chache Mp Jimmy Angwenyi called leaders to focus on development by saying that it’s not campaigning time.

“It’s time we need to focus in development, let us speak in  one voice,” said Angwenyi