September 25th 2017

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Women rep aspirant promises to distribute bursaries fairly

She called on the parents to nurture the talents of their children saying that children are talented differently and she will build talent centres in major town within Machakos county

By Oscar NdundaFriday, 16 Jun 2017 10:16 EAT

Jane Cosmas Ndeti addressing people of Kangundo. (Photo: Oscar Ndunda/Kenya Free Press)

Machakos Women rep aspirant Jane Cosmas Ndeti has  promised to distribute bursaries fairly across the county once elected. Miss Ndeti was speaking in her campaigns within Kangundo sub-county said that bursaries have not been distributed fairly with the needy who deserve the bursaries not being given and the rich getting the bursaries.

"When you elect me, I will ensure that bursaries are fairly distributed because in most cases the able ones are handed the bursaries," she said. She called on the parents to nurture the talents of their children saying that children are talented differently and she will build talent centres in major town within Machakos county.

"As parents, we should nurture the talents our children  because today talent pays, we should not rebuke our children once we notice their talents because there are different talents, and I will built talent centres  in all major towns in the county.

Miss Ndeti further pointed out she would create an old peoples care centre for the aged and revive basket making industry which earned the aged a fortune.

The writer is the news editor of the Kenya Free Press





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