Nsanjika Combined School connected to national electricity grid

NSANJIKA Combined School in Luangeni has been connected to the national electricity grid using Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
Luangeni member of Parliament (MP) Charles Zulu commissioned the project on Saturday and also donated 10 tins of paint to the school.
Mr Zulu said electricity supply is a necessary service for all rural schools because it is important to expose pupils to information and communication technology.
“I am very happy today to see Nsanjika Combined School being electrified through CDF. I, therefore, expect teachers to enhance work at this school.
“However, rural pupils should also learn about technology because we now live in a world of technology,” he said.
Mr Zulu, who is also deputy minister of Mines, Energy and Water Development, said science and computer laboratories will soon be constructed at the institution.
He said his role as MP is to ensure that development trickles down to communities Nsanjika Combined School deputy head teacher Msamaria Mbewe thanked Mr Zulu for facilitating the connection of the school to the national electricity grid.

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