It's hard as the education stakeholders move out of the school decisions. The stakeholders are blaming Magoha on order of implementing drug test in schools.
Maranda school was the first to implement such an order. They had ordered all students returning back to school to have drug test clearance certificate. Magoha had backed up the idea. He said whoever found to be abusing drugs should be sent home and stay with the parents. In his quest, this was to prevent the student unrest happening in schools.
However, parents and other stakeholders have said no to the tests. Parent's lawyers had moved to court to try and stop the idea completely. They are saying it's a burden to students and it's against the right of children. They termed it as extortion and discrimination of learners.
It's the principals who should carry out the mandate on their own, parents are now claiming. This leaves teachers in the awkward situation of dealing with student unrest in schools.
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