Hundreds of parents spent the better part of Monday at Nakuru Town West MP Samuel Arama’s office, trying to sort out issues pertaining their bursary forms.
This is after it merged that bursary fees application forms for their children had been rejected.
In a statement to the press, the MP said the forms had been rejected after parents failed to attach necessary documents while applying for the NG-CDF bursary.
He, however, assured parents that the matter will be sorted out through the CDF office.
“There were some parents who did not attach all the required documents and that’s what we are sorting out,” said Arama.
According to the MP, each student joining a government boarding school will receive between Sh25,000 and Sh38, 0000 for the first term, depending on the school's fees.
Meanwhile, the MP is expected to issue bursary cheques to successful applicants on Wednesday January 8, at Kaptembwo market from 9:00am.
Parents have been urged to avail their children while collecting the bursary cheques.