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Sonko puts school land grabbers on the spot

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Nairobi governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko  has warned those grabbing lands belonging to public primary schools   saying his administration  will not tolerate the vice  in the county.

Speaking when launching free early childhood development  education Sonko asked head teachers and members of the public to be vigilant with grabbers and report any suspicious acts.

Affected schools are in Dagoreti estate and Eastland parts of Nairobi.

Meanwhile Children in ECDE will now start enjoying the free nursery education from  July as the county government  is set to pay 3,815 shillings   per child to support the program.

According to executive committee  member of  education Janet Ouko this financial year the county government  has  allocated  70,000 million shillings for ECDE programs.

Nairobi county has a total of 226 public nursery schools .




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