In Summary
  • The campaign dubbed ‘Phase Out Muddy-walled Classrooms for Proper Learning in Our Schools’ was kick started by Lamu West MP.
  • The schools each get two new permanent classrooms.
  • Mr Muthama said the campaign is fully funded by the Lamu West National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF).

Glistening roofs and freshly painted walls stand out in the compounds of several schools in Lamu West constituency, stirring excitement in learners.

The newly built classrooms are courtesy of a campaign focused on facing out mud-walled classrooms for better-looking and more efficient permanent structures.

The campaign dubbed ‘Phase Out Muddy-walled Classrooms for Proper Learning in Our Schools’ was kick started by Lamu West MP Stanley Muthama and has so far seen most schools with mud-walled buildings particularly in Lamu West Constituency each getting two new permanent classrooms.

New modern classrooms being constructed at Mpeketoni Girls Boarding Secondary School in Lamu West. PHOTO | KALUME KAZUNGU | NATION MEDIA GROUP

Parents, teachers and pupils of most government primary schools in Lamu have on several occasions made pleas to the government to improve the infrastructure of their schools.

Salama, Juhudi, Lumshi, Jericho, Poromoko, Boramoyo, Maisha Masha, Jipendeni, Amkeni and Mwangaza Primary schools still have mud-walled buildings.

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