Magoha Cautions Students and Parents

Photo: Education CS, Prof. George Magoha today officially opened the KEPSHA 17th Annual Delegates Conference at Sheikh Zayed Children Welfare Center, Mombasa County.

Magoha is on a short tour to Mombasa for the Kenya Primary School heads Association (KEPSHA) 17th Conference that started yesterday till 31st of this month. The Education Cabinet Secretary was speaking during the inspection of construction of schools for junior secondary schools CBC curriculum implementation.

He warned students against indulging in indiscipline cases in schools since severe measures shall be taken against them. “Let them go rather than having the infrastructures destroyed. It’s actually ridiculous for a child because you are a homosexual or lesbians, because you want everybody to suffer and therefore everybody suffers by the schools being closed and they have to pay.” Magoha warned.

Responding to calls to delay reopening of schools, the cabinet secretary warned the parents who are insisting on school opening being postponed to look for school fees. ”This parent that doesn’t want the child go back to school let the child stay at home.” Said Magoha.

The conference is meant to highlight challenges facing CBC implementation. Kenya Primary School heads Association (KEPSHA) Chairperson speaking on preparedness of CBC said, ”We are only about one year now until we see our graduates in grade six for the CBC curriculum”

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