Education CS George Magoha is one of the most feared but also respected leaders in President Uhuru Kenyatta's government. That is because the no nonsense CS has been tearing apart anyone who has been crossing his lane. He has also been issuing tough instructions to schools and making sure that they are followed to the end.
Soon and very soon, learners will be sitting for their National exams. Ahead of those exams, George Magoha has come out to send a message to school principals. According to Nation Politics, the Education CS, gave the principals a tough assignment.
It is reported that George Magoha directed the school principals to burn any exam success cards sent to students that have politicians portraits. Magoha insisted that politicians should not sent success cards with their portraits but those who will do so, then their success cards must be burnt down to ashes by the school principals.
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