The Kitui County Assembly Committee on Education has called upon parents to prioritize the safety of their children during the long vacation.
The Committe Led by MCA Hon. Mark Kitute Ndingo, the committee has stressed the need for heightened security in schools, particularly in volatile areas, to ensure the safety of students during the examination period.
Hon. Mark Ndingo has urged the government to be vigilant, especially in case of adverse weather conditions like the unpredictable elinono rains that can potentially disrupt the examination schedule.
The committee’s primary concern is the well-being of the students, and they have expressed their best wishes for all candidates as they prepare to sit for their exams, the TCD digital reports.
The importance of creating a secure and conducive environment for learning cannot be overstated, and this is the driving force behind the committee’s call for increased security measures.
Prisilar Makumi Kavilisi, a dedicated member of the committee, has taken it upon herself to remind students about the importance of integrity during examinations. Cheating not only undermines the value of education but also sets a damaging precedent for the future.
The committee’s message is clear: success achieved through honesty is the most rewarding kind.
Another critical aspect highlighted by the committee is the safety of students during the long vacation. Ikanga popular MCA Hon. Cyrus Sonko also issued a caution to learners, urging them to avoid crossing swollen rivers.
This advice is particularly relevant in areas where weather conditions can be unpredictable and potentially dangerous. The safety of students should always be a top priority.
The County Assembly Committee on Education comprises dedicated individuals, with Hon. Mark Ndingo served as the chairperson, and other members, including Hon. Erastus Mbuno, Hon. Priscilla Makumi, Hon. Mercy Muema, Hon. Muywoki Mwinzi, Hon. Joseph Musyoka Mameen, and Hon. Paul Maluki. Together, they are committed to ensuring that students receive the support, security, and guidance they need to excel in their studies.
The County Assembly Committee on Education is taking a proactive approach to safeguarding the education and future of students in their county.
By advocating for increased security, integrity in exams, and safety during the long vacation, they demonstrate their dedication to providing a conducive learning environment.
As the examination period approaches, their message of good wishes for the candidates is a reminder that success can be achieved through hard work, honesty, and the unwavering support of the community.