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Bursary Awarding Ceremony

13th June 2014 On Wednesday afternoon the Member of Parliament attended the award ceremony of Bursaries under the Orphans and Vulnerable Children program with beneficiaries in boarding schools receiving up to Ksh30,000 per student. Mheshimiwa personally participated in awarding of the bursaries to the students and thereafter gave a heartfelt speech about the value of education to the children for a better tomorrow. On Saturday the same week the Member

KICE Foundation

Kikuyu Constituency Education (KICE) is a foundation for the children of Kikuyu constituency. It was established by the Hon Anthony Kimani Ichung’wa in the year 2013 in line with his 2012 elections manifesto. The foundation aims at supplementing the insufficient bursary fund. Fact; As a result of poverty, thousands of our students lose great opportunities for lack of educational support programs that would help them realize their dreams. Thousands of

My Vision and Agenda for Development and Prosperity

My Mission is to offer transformational leadership to the people of Kikuyu that will impact directly on the lives of each one of us, creating an environment where all available resources are professionally managed, harnessed and mobilised to empower the youth, women and the poor in the Constituency; guaranteeing an environment where each and every individual enjoys an equal opportunity of growth,  development and economic prosperity and ensuring the people are well educated, economically empowered, socially stable and united by a

About Kimani Wa Ichung’wah

He is a youthful Kenyan professional who was born some 38 years ago and brought up in Gikambura Village of Karai Location in what is now known as Kikuyu Constituency. As a young boy, he was enrolled at the Kikuyu Model Nursery school, then operated by the Kiambu County Council. He then joined Kikuyu Township Primary school from where he proceeded to join Alliance High school where he left in