Kitui West MP Edith Nyenze advocates for investment in education sector

In a passionate plea to both parents and the government Kitui West MP Edith Nyenze, has underscored the need for a collective sacrifice to ensure that every child has access to quality education. According to Nyenze, education is the ultimate gift that parents can bequeath to their children, especially in an era where traditional inheritances like land are becoming increasingly scarce.

Nyenze emphasized the critical role education plays in shaping the future of the younger generation. She urged parents to prioritize their children’s education and called upon the government to continue investing in the sector. Nyenze pointed out that education is a lifelong asset that not only empowers individuals but also contributes to the overall development of society.

“Education is the only inheritance we can leave to our children. Do you have land to give to your children or goats and cows? Nyenze expressed, highlighting the profound impact education can have on future generations.

The Kitui West MP stressed that in a rapidly changing world, where traditional forms of wealth transfer such as landownership are no longer as feasible, investing in education becomes an even more crucial endeavor.

Nyenze further urged parents to actively engage in their children’s academic journey, providing necessary support and guidance. She called for a collaborative effort between families, communities, and the government to create an environment conducive to learning.

As she concluded her address, Nyenze reiterated that education is the key to breaking the cycle of poverty and ensuring a brighter future for the nation. Her impassioned plea serves as a reminder that, in the absence of vast tracts of land to leave as inheritance, investing in education is a legacy that lasts a lifetime.

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