Education stake holders within Migori and Homabay counties have called on the education cabinet secretary to consider improving the infrastructure of schools ahead of re-opening.
Led by Uriri member of parliament Mark Nyamita, the stake holders want the cabinet secretary George Magoha to cut down on his regional trips to learning institutions and instead divert the funds toward improvement o schools.
The legislators said it would be a n eye sore to watch young children learn under trees when leaning shall resume in January.
Nyamita added that funding the Cabinet secretary and his entourage will cost the government a lot of money which should be put into meaningful use.
This was seconded by parents from various schools who have linked the poor performance to dilapidated infrastructure of learning institutions.
By Basil Okoth