Kabogo urges Kiambu leaders to unite, not fight

March 3, 2015 6:35 am
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Kabogo noted with concern the many numbers of bursary applicants and called upon the national government to streamline the school fees that have continued to skyrocket in the recent past/COURTESY
Kabogo noted with concern the many numbers of bursary applicants and called upon the national government to streamline the school fees that have continued to skyrocket in the recent past/COURTESY
KIAMBU, Kenya, Mar 3 – Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has urged county leaders to embrace development and stop politicising projects aimed at growing the county.

He said that it would be unfair for residents if all leaders did was to oppose each other.

He was speaking in Ngewa Ward where he had gone to deliver bursary cheques worth Sh1.2 million.

Kabogo noted with concern the many numbers of bursary applicants and called upon the national government to streamline the school fees that have continued to skyrocket in the recent past.

The Governor added that he would lobby the County Assembly to increase the fund to at least Sh300 million so as to reach more people.

At the same time, Kabogo took issue with the county doctors and warned them against selling the government bought medicine in their private chemists.

“If you go to any government hospital and get referred to a private clinic, please do not hesitate to call the county office or the police,” he warned.”

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