The president of the law society of Kenya, Nelson Havi has sent another piercing message to the education ministry and all the stakeholders. In his tweet, the president questioned the alarming rise of the school fees by the institution. He has also sided with the parents cry on the burden of the new education system, Curriculum Based Competency. He has promised to take a legal battle against the government move to change the education system.
In the latest move, the LSK president has blasted the move by the University of Nairobi to increase the fees."Education in Kenya continues to be taken out of the reach of ordinary Kenyans and made a preserve of the rich. Look at the doubling of fees at the University of Nairobi, for instance. Is the Ministry of Education achieving CBC’s objectives in higher education more brazenly?"
Nelson Havi has in the latest move, been seen to side with the plea of the parents to revise the move by the ministry of education to change the education system.
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