The Kenyan Medical Training College (KMTC) in Bumula is finally set for completion after stalling for six years, announced area MP Jack Wamboka. T

he much awaited news was delivered during a site hand over and ground-breaking ceremony at the college where Wamboka announced that by September this year, institution shall be operational and ready to receive its first bunch of students.

Wamboka assured, “I have partnered with the Bungoma KMTC and the officials from Nairobi office to decide on the courses to start with at the new campus come September this year.” He also pointed out his commitment to enhance the offerings in the college saying, “I would work with the county’s Health Department to equip Bumula subcounty Hospital, which will go a long way in serving students with practical lessons.”

MP further underlined his commitment to ensuring success of the project by stating that resources will be awarded for construction of student accommodation and ultra-modern administration complex. He further noted that completion of the college had with it economic dividends to the constituency by stating “When completed and in use, it will boost the constituency’s economy.”

In this excitement, Bungoma KMTC Principal Victoria Koi promised to help the coming up of the medical college and urged students to apply for the different courses.  “We have 18 courses based on the needs of each of you,” she said, emphasizing a bit of the available opportunities that will soon be accessed by the community.