Bahati Member of Parliament Irene Njoki has affirmed her commitment to a 100 pc transition and retention of students in secondary schools.
This even as through her office representatives, the MP on Wednesday February 7, donated school uniforms and sports kits to 25 Form One students who were admitted at Limuko Secondary School.
The students who were admitted at the school without uniforms are among many needy students whom the MP has vowed to support.
According to the Lawmaker, her move is in line with Government agenda of ensuring poverty eradication through quality education for all.
The Legislator called on local administrators to work closely with her office in ensuring no child misses school.
She also called on school heads to be lenient with parents on matters school fees and avert sending students home.
“In the spirit of ensuring 100 percent transition for all 2023 candidates which I remain committed to, I have donated the school uniforms and sports kits to the 25 who were admitted at the school without uniforms. This is the only way to ensure our learners are in school,” she said.
The MP has also embarked on transforming schools’ infrastructure in Bahati Constituency.