Governor Natembeya says Vetting of Students for Bursary to be done once

Vetting of students who apply for bursaries in Trans nzoia county will only be done once.
Governor George Natembeya said after the approval ,the beneficiary of the sponsorship will get bursary for the the rest of the period at the institution of learning.

Natembeya made the sentiments at St.Anthony’s High School in Kitale during an Annual General Meeting of the school on Friday.

“If a student is vetted this term and it is established that he has no parents,why is it necessary to vet again the following term and yet the records show that the student has no parents”Natembeya posed.

His administration he reiterated has sponsored all students who scored 250 marks and above at all day schools across the county.

Natembeya said his department for roads will tarmack the dilapidated Hospital-St.Anthony’s road to enhance smooth movement to the school.

The Governor also ordered his Roads and Infrastructure CEC Jackson Amboka to erect two high-Mast lights at the school to enhance security.

The county boss promised to sponsor the construction of staff houses and provide cabro blocks for flooring of the school compound.

Present were Kitale Catholic Bishop Juma Odonya,Trans Nzoia county secretary Truphosa Awuor,CECs Sam Ojwang(Public service management),Jackson Amboka(Public works),Janerose Mutama(Lands)and Governance chief officer Sammy Sichangi.

Bishop Odonya asked parents to take care of their children with high standard of discipline.
“As Parents,you should be very close to your children.supervise and guide them properly to enhance discipline”said Bishop Odonya.

Principal Simon Masibo praised parents for paying fees and asked other stakeholders to intervene in sponsoring most of the projects that the school wants to initiate

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