Kishermoruak primary school gets Sh5.5m new dining hall

Narok West Member of Parliament Gabriel Tongoyo. Photo Bell Pere..

By Bell Pere

National Government-Constituencies Development Fund for Narok West has constructed a new dining hall for Kishermoruak primary school at a cost of Sh5.5 million.

The hall with a capacity of 750 pupils also has a modern kitchen.

Narok West Member of Parliament Gabriel Tongoyo, speaking during an impromptu visit at the school, said he noticed that the students were taking their meals out in the open and decided to get funds from the NG-CDF  to put up the  dining room.

He said his CDF board will continue constructing facilities for both primary and secondary schools in his constituency.

“We are determined to equip our schools as one of the social amenities around us and within Narok County,” he said.

 He said he will ensure this is done so as to impact the well-being of learners in schools.

“We are struggling with Covid-19 and trying to curb its spreading by social distancing, wearing face masks and sanitizing. Construction of more facilities in our learning institutions will help in social distancing hence safety,” Tongoyo noted.

The legislator, who is an aspiring candidate for the Narok gubernatorial seat, issued the school with its title deed to protect school land.

“This encourages more construction of more facilities as its land had been secured,” he said.

The school head teacher, Mrs Karuara Judith thanked the MP for his efforts to assist the school.

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