Mansukh Primary gets ultramodern auditorium courtesy of Patel Family

Public-Private partnership is key in driving development agenda at grassroot level.

Philanthropists Solai-based Patel family notes that development agenda’s burden should not be left to the government alone, but rather should a collective responsibility.

Perry Kansagra, son to the late Mansukh Patel argues that through such partnership, the livelihoods are improved.

“We want to continue to support government by complementing work in various sectors among them Education sector and that is why we are here to hand over this auditorium,” he said.

He spoke over the weekend during the handing over of state of the art auditorium at Mansukh Primary School.

The auditorium was constructed by The Patel Family.

The auditorium houses a stage for performance, and a theater where young people can perform their plays.

It will also serve as a prayer centre, as well as a sports and recreation centre.

According to Perry Kansagra, this will go a long way in tapping the talents among young people in the area.

Besides the auditorium, the school also benefitted with two abolution blocks constructed by the Patel family.

The school has also benefitted before with newly constructed classrooms for Junior Secondary learners.

The family has continued to boost development agenda in the area with more than 1000 locals having been employed as casuals in the vast Patel Farm Solai.

Area Chief Charles Kiragu lauded the family for the role played in the education sector.

He revealed that over 100 students from humble families have benefited with full scholarships.

The local administrator called on other well wishers to emulate such gesture shown by Patel family.

According to him, such partnership helps ease Government’s effort in ensuring better nation.

 

 

 

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