Abandoned Government School in Kericho Turned Into Sex Den
A school in Kericho County has been turned into a sex den by residents years after its completion stalled.
A visit to Kabirer Early Childhood Development Education Centre by Nation showed condoms that were littered in reckless abandon.
The journalists decided to walk into one of the classrooms that had the words “Sure condom” written on its door where they found many used condoms on the floor.
Wesly Bor, a resident, told the reporters that the incomplete building was put up in 2014 by the county government.
“The building has never been used. It lacks desks, blackboard, and a toilet. It’s also not fenced. We are calling upon the county government to help us speed up the completion,” stated Bor.
The locals have volunteered to help rehabilitate the project by building a toilet and buying furniture to save their children from walking long distances to access good schools.
It is reported that some people wanted the centre to lie idle and be forgotten so that they could privatise it.
On Tuesday, Kericho Senator Aaron Cheruiyot convened a meeting with MCAs to discuss the slow pace of completion of county projects.
“As the oversight wing of the county, we are responding to grave concerns by residents over various issues including stalled projects, those funded and taxpayers’ money released but have never been commissioned or used,” he stated.
Speaker Dominic Rono defended the County Assembly claiming that the house had already allocated resources for the projects.
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