Kiambu womenâ€™s representative Anna Nyokabi has said most students admitted in national schools in Kiambu come from outside the county.
She said she will not allow students from other counties in the national schools, while county students who performed well have missed places in the schools.
She said 500 pupils in Kiambu got more than 400 marks in last yearâ€™s KCPE exam, but only 91 were selected to join national schools in the county.
Nyokabi spoke yesterday at the Kiambu Institute of Science and Technology during a leadership seminar.
â€œForm one selection is biased as our children are not being selected to join national schools which are within our county, and the largest number in the schools are students from other counties,â€ she said.
The county MP said Kiambu needs its fair share of allocations.
â€œWe are not buying the computer blame anymore. It is either we get allocations or other students from other counties will not learn in our county national schools,â€ Nyokabi said.
She urged the national and county governments to continue supporting technical institutions.
BY THE STAR