Kilifi,KENYA:Jubilee government has set aside sh5 billions in its next financial year’s budget to put up infrastructures in all secondary schools around the country as well as catering for free secondary education.
Speaking in Kilifi during his coast campaign tour president Uhuru Kenyatta said that his government will make sure that education is affordable to all by scrapping off school fees.
President Uhuru revealed that come 2018 all secondary school pupils will enjoy free education and that no single pupil will be left out since his government will extend more classrooms in all secondary schools.
“My government has set aside sh 5 billion. this money will be used to building classes in the entire country as well as providing free secondary education to our children. my government will see to it that primary to secondary percentage is up higher than what we seeing today”. said president Uhuru.
Uhuru said that his government is development oriented and that it’s determined to make sure that it transforms lives of Kenyans by bringing about meaningful developments rather than his opponents who transfers around the country spreading rumors with no any agenda.
President said that unlike his opponents who were in government for many years yet with no track record his 5year government has done much more than what has ever been done by any government since the independence of this nation. He also said that his government will build more roads in various parts of the country.
We have rumor mongers whose business is transfers corners of this nation with no agenda other than spreading rumors and propaganda. They come and entertain wananchi with jokes and propagandas with nothing to show for voters.
Ours is a track record. We have done several roads in various parts of this country and we are still going to do more. We have lifted exam fees for all our candidates and equipped our hospitals as a way of providing affordable health services and this we shall continue doing”. He added
At the same time MR. Uhuru Kenyatta asked Kilifi residents to rally behind Jubilee and it candidates for smoother coordination of both national and county services.