Why six Mwingi schools might miss national exams 

Mp Mulyungi meets enlightened pupils within his constituency
Six schools lying along the volatile Kitui Tana border will not sit for the national examinations if adequate security is not beefed up along the bandit-prone border, area MP has warned.
The warning comes barely a day after one person was killed by Somali bandits who have been launching sporadic attacks in the area.
Mwingi Central MP Gideon Mulyungi yesterday asked the Interior CS Matiangi to ensure that adequate security is deployed to all schools lying along the epicenter of the banditry attacks warning that pupils have abandoned the schools and may fail to sit for the critical examinations this year.
“More than 200 candidates in Mwanzele, Kathungu, Ukasi, Sosoma, Iviani and Muuani may not sit for the upcoming  national the exams if  Matiangi does not make urgent and adequate  deployment of security personnel to the 6 affected schools” said the area MP.
Kathungu primary school in Mwingi central along Kitui, TANA RIVER border
Courtesy MP Press
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