More than 100 students who sat for their KCSE examination from West Kabras Ward, Malava Sub-county have applied for different courses offered by Kenya Medical Training College. The exercise spearheaded by Area MCA David Ndakwa at Imbiakalo Health Centre saw student who got a mean grade of C and above register for Diploma courses while those who had C- and D+ register for certificate courses.
Mr. Ndakwa further asked students who had missed on the registration exercise to make arrangements and visit the various KMTCs for admission since the exercise in still ongoing.
In a move to ensure residents continue accessing clean water, Ndakwa launched a water drilling exercise at Burundu primary school observing that only a few schools are left to get the service. The legislator had a take on the recent action by the Court of Appeal in upholding the decision b its lower court, High Court regarding Building Bridges Initiative where he said that the Members of Parliament are better placed to ensure that proposals in BBI that meant good for the people of Kenya be approved. For instance, the proposal to have 5 percent of the national budget for wards and 35 percent to county governments would benefit the normal Mwananchi.
By Arnest Luvisia