Arama challenges youth to take active role in church

Nakuru Town West Member of Parliament Samuel Arama has challenged young people to take active role in church.

He said it was not in order to see only senior citizens in active roles in the church.

According to him, the young people should take over once the seniors retire.

“The senior citizens in the choir have danced well until i felt like my brother was still alive. But I think we should ensure more yoith because the wazee are now retiring” he said.

Arama once again called on local administrators in the area to up in the fight against illicit brew.

He noted the brew is rendering young people non-productive.

The lawmaker was speaking at Mwongori, in Nyamira during burial of his brother Peter Keen Arama who succumbed after a short illness.

He eulogized his brother as a man who took seriously church issues and was very active.

In honour of his brother, the lawmaker promised to buy uniform for all the choirs that performed at the funeral service.

“The reason why you see the church leadership active is because my brother was active when it comes to church” he said.

The MP thanked all those who stood with him during the hard times.

It should be noted that hundreds of Nakuru residents travelled to Nyamira for the burial.


Nakuru West schools get funds towards infrastructure improvement

Schools in Nakuru West are set to benefit from over Sh 10 million towards development.

The funds from NG-CDF kitty are meant to improve infrastructure.

Area MP Samuel Arama who spoke during school heads’ meeting at Koinange Primary school, said the funds willl go a long way in addressing the challenges that some schools may be facing on infrastructure.

He called on schools heads to ensure the money is utilised for the intended purpose.

“With the disbursement,we hope the construction of classrooms will be ready adequate for use soon.My appeal to the school heads to use the money for the purpose” said Arama.

The Nakuru West Legislator has vowed to ensure a condusive atmosphere for learners even as schools resume.

It will be recalled that due to COVID-19,schools were shut in March.

However,on October 12,Grade 4,standard 8 and Form 4 students resumed classes.

His sentiments echoed by area Deputy County Commissioner Michael Lesimam.

The administrator also challenging parents to take matters education of their children serious.

He says the national government has continued to invest in education matters to ensure a better future.

“As parents we have a role to ensure we support key issues in education sector” said kesimam.

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