Sad State As Cheptai Primary School Classrooms Collapses Ahead Of Monday Opening.
It's a sad state at Cheptai Primary School after Classrooms Collapsed and it's only a few hours to the reopening of schools for the new academic year.
The school is located in lugari Constituency, and these collapsed walls has exposed learner's to unprecedented dangers
The school has close to 300 children and besides the ones that have collapse, other seven have been marked for demolition by the government as they are very risky svd unfit for occupation by the government.
While speaking to NTV, the teachers and parents stated that it was indeed a dad situation and and they did not know where to take the children to.
The Lugari Constituency member of parliament Ayub Savula stated that they have already started buildings new classrooms svd and he had even launched the foundation. He added that they have placed three million Kenya shillings on the construction.
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