Kesses MP Dr Swarup Mishra on Friday launched Kesses Constituency bursaries and school projects fund cheques worth Sh.75.9 Million.
According to the area, MP Dr Mishra said the amount will be used to fund several infrastructural projects and pay fees for needy students in the constituency.
“Today we have launched and distributed bursaries and school projects fund cheques worth she 75.9 million. My aim is to ensure that the lives of people are transformed and also have good infrastructure,” said the Kesses legislator.
Dr Mishra speaking at Racecourse Secondary school where he launched the funds on Friday called on those who will handle the funds to do it prudently and any embezzlement of funds will not be tolerated.
“I want to ask those who will benefit from the funds to be transparently and should ensure that every single cent is put into good use and anyone who will be found embezzling public fund will face the full force of the law,” added the Kesses legislator.
Due to the 100 per cent transition and lack of land to build classrooms, Dr Mishra urged school administration to contract storey buildings which takes less space.
Dr Mishra further warned parents who have denied their rights to education saying they will be arrested and charged for denying their children their right to education.
He noted that together with education stakeholders will ensure that there is a 100 per cent transition from primary to secondary.