Thika Legislator reiterates resolve to improve infrastructure in public schools.

Thika Town MP Eng. Patrick Wainaina being shown around some of the ongoing projects at Ndula Secondary School by the school Principal. 

Thika Town MP Eng. Patrick Wainaina has reiterated his commitment to improving education standards in the constituency by supporting schools’ infrastructural development and motivating both the learners and teachers.

Wainaina noted that it was through standard facilities that children would be exposed to good learning environment hence boosting their competitiveness in national examination.

The legislator made the remarks at the end of the week when he toured various public schools in both Thika East and West Sub-Counties, the MP emphasised his plan to transform the quality of education and to make it more inclusive through partnership with other stakeholders in the area.

“Human capital is a great asset to any nation and that is why my leadership will continue giving high priority to inclusive and quality education in all our schools. Something has to be done because some of our schools are in very deplorable conditions something that affects the general performance of learners and the teachers’ morale,” he said.


The MP also promised to upgrade and install street lighting along all roads leading to learning institutions so as to make them more accessible and secure for both the learners and the teachers.

Wainaina appealed for patience from all residents as he continued to roll out the street lighting programme and road improvements stressing that he would eventually cover all corners of the constituency.

“I am aware that there are so many areas that need street lights and grading of roads. We are doing all what we can with the limited resources that we have, starting with the sections that have inaccessible roads and those that most insecure and urgently need street lighting. Otherwise, I promise Thika residents that we will eventually cover all the corners of the constituency. So do not worry if we have not yet come to your area. We will definitely come,” he concluded.

During the tour, the MP visited Ndula Primary and Secondary Schools in Thika East and Kimuchu Secondary School in Thika West sub-county.
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