Embassy of Japan, under grant assistance for grassroots human security projects has committed Sh. 8.4 million for the construction of Nyang primary school in Chemelil ward, Muhoroni Sub County.
Nominated MCA in the County Assembly of Kisumu Hon. Linet Muga says she was very instrumental in seeking the support to help the school which has stagnated in terms of development over years.
Muga who once served as the school board chairperson says she contacted a donor, Arise and Shine Care Centre, which has helped to fund the construction of a number of schools in the area.
Speaking to the press in Kisumu, Muga who serves in the Speaker’s panel in the Assembly says the donor greed to support and reached out to the Embassy of Japan.
She thanked the area MP Onyango Koyoo and Rose Nyamunga former Kisumu County Woman Rep who have come out to help with putting up a perimeter wall and registration of the school respectively after a request by the donor.
Muga says Nyang primary school will have a facelift of its educational facilities by constructing eight classrooms, eight door pit latrines, provision of furniture and water borehole.
She told the community to support the initiative that will open up education programs in the area.
Muga says they are now looking forward to start a secondary school in the area to help students to have access to secondary education.