Kitui Unionist Stephen Kitheka Elected St Aquinas Kalawa Secondary PTA Chairperson

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By yoana Kimwele

St Aquinas kalawa secondary school on 5th held their annual prize-giving ceremony in a colorful ceremony attended by hundreds of parents and leaders from Kitui county.

The chief guest was the outgoing mutomo sub-county deputy county commissioner Mr. Jacob Juma, assisted by TSC county director Mr. Fredrick Ng’ang’ a, and PTA chair Mr. Stephen Kitheka

The Popular Kitui workers unionist Mr. Stephen Kitheka Kwanda last week was unanimously elected The Parents Association chairperson for St Aquinas Kalawa sec school in Kitui, COUNTY DIARY reports.

Kitheka, the prolific organizer and Kenya County Government Workers Union Chair, Kitui branch has been elected unopposed at the prestigious school to head the PTA body.

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The following members were unveiled

1 Stephen Kitheka – Chairman.

2.RS Ndungu Ndungu secretary

3.Jackson Mwenze, among other members.

Kitheka while making his remarks called for the county TSC director to make sure all PTA teachers are obsorved in the school to ease the burden from struggling parents

The chair also said the PTA will be organizing the purchase of the new school school, the building of the modern latrine for teachers and fencing of the school.

St Aquinas kalawa secondary school has been performing exemplary in the academic field this was said by the principal

During the meeting, the father Francis also led the guests and parents in resource mobilization in aid of helping the needy students in the school.

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The meeting was also attended by outgoing parents association board members and incoming members led by new PTA Chair, teachers, students and hundreds of locals

According to the principal Mr. RS Ndungu, the school is grappling with drug substances and abuses among students, illicit betting, and called for behavior change among students.

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