Mangororo primary school in Jaribuni ward Ganze constituency angered Kenyans on Thursday after photos of dilapidated structures of the school spread first through the social media.
The photo of desperate pupils sitting in flooded classroom angered Kenyans who spat out all kind of words to the area MP Teddy Mwambire, Kilifi Governor Amason Jeffa Kingi and the National government.
However, Mwambire laid bare the situation as it is.
He said he inherited a very pathetic situation from his predecessor Safari Peter Shee and he is on track trying to amend the situation.
He said he has over 30 schools within Ganze Constituency in deplorable condition, adding that he needed over 65 million shillings to complete the uphill task of improving the infrastructure.
Mwambire said securing the CDF fund was also a major problem as he is yet to get any from the national government.
“In fact I am happy that these things are being blown up all over the social and mainstream media, we have not secured any funds to rehabilitate our school infrastructure,” he noted.
He said Mangororo primary school was just but only an example the reality on the ground in the whole constituency.
On his part Kilifi county governor Amason Jeffa Kingi said that the schools were under the national government and the county government has been working tirelessly to construct and improve on Early child education centres-ECD.
Sh. 2 million from CDF kitty was set aside by former Ganze MP Safari Peter Shee to rehabilitate Mangororo primary school but the school remains in the same pathetic condition.