Mud-walled Nyasoko Primary in Suna West gets 2 classrooms from church organisation after failed attempts from County, CDF

A structure of a class at Nyasoko Primary

By MN Reporter

A Christian organisation has come to the rescue of Nyasoko Primary School in Suna West that was struggling to have conditions of its classes improved.

Nyasoko Primary School came into the light after the announcement of KCPE results in 2017 after it emerged mud-walled structures put up as classrooms were collapsing.

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The school that had no permanent structure had a section of the roof from the makeshift classrooms also blown off in 2016.

According to the Schools headteacher Jacob Ngwala, they had sought help from County and CDF offices in vain till the Redeemed Christian Church of God-Solution Family (RCCG) came in to their rescue.

Newly constructed classrooms at Nyasoko Primary in Suna West

For over ten years, the school that currently has a population of 453 with 115 in ECDE, pupils were learing under pathetic conditions gravely affecting the schools performance.

But yesterday the RCCG church handed over to the school two classrooms built at a cost of kshs 2 million.

Pastor Prince Obasi – Ike led a team of 33 faithfull from the church’s Nairobi headquaters to Nyasoko to oversee the handover ceremony.

Pastor Ike said the construction was made possible through donations from various volunteers across the World who read about the condition of the school in the news.

He faulted local leaders for ignoring the school after it emerged that the school management had made several attempts to get help in vain.

“I am going to write a letter to the local leadership to inform them of the needs of this school. We want everybody to come on board and help the school,” Pastor Ike said.

The school still needs a classroom and an administration block which the headteacher said will cost over kshs 2 million.

The school also needs a playground as well as fencing of the school to secure the school’s property.