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Teacher Wanjiku praised as she constructs toilet blocks

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Churchill Show comedian Teacher Wanjiku has been praised for his initiative to construct a school toilet block.

In July, the comedian had appealed to companies to join her as she planned to build toilets for Mwiki Primary school.

Teacher Wanjiku was touched by revelations that the school has 22 toilets to serve 3,400 students.

“Am planning to help build more toilets in Mwiki primary school please come on board and help Me tag companies that can help with Mabati cement.

Anything will be highly appreciated check link on bio. For contribution I thank you for supporting Me in this New journey.”

Keeping true to her words, she unveiled the new blocks that were modern and well constructed.

She vowed to do more in her quest to ensure proper sanitation.

“The toilets at Mwiki primary school are almost done, I can’t wait to show you the final reveal, it would not have been possible without the help of you my fans for the contribution you made both here and diaspora.

I am glad when kids open in January they will find proper toilets to use, Next year we will do more and more. I will still continue the war on proper sanitation. “

Celine Wakesho
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