Westlands MP Tim Wanyonyi has today said that bright but needy students from Westlands will in the coming years benefit with scholarships from the Westlands NG-CDF.
He was speaking at St Joseph Primary while rolling out the 2018/19 disbursement of bursary cheques to college and secondary school students worth KES 27.8 million for Westlands Constituency.
Hon Wanyonyi who was accompanied by Mountain View MCA Hon Maurice Ochieng, was concerned by the frequency of schools sending home bright but needy students for lack of school fees, citing the usual CDF allocation being inadequate to sustain them in school.
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Addressing Mountain View ward residents, who were receiving their bursary cheques, Hon Wanyonyi also cautioned parents against falling victims to any corrupt official in order to benefit from bursaries.
The MP who is in his second term in the national assembly oversaw the disbursement of CDF bursary cheques to the successful Mountain View ward secondary and college students.
He also encouraged parents to register to obtain NIIMS Huduma Number in order to ease access government services.
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