Cabinet Secretary of Education, professor George Magoha has instructed officials from the ministry to unravel the death of two students at Sacret Heart Mukumu Girls' High school in Kakamega county. According to reliable sources, ministry of education deployed officials at sacred Heart Mukumu Girls' High school to investigate deaths of two students who died in separate events while receiving treatments.
Kakamega county director of education, Dickson Ogonya confirmed that ministry sent officials to investigate the matter. The officials are therefore preparing a report that will be presented to the ministry of education.
Ogonya added that the officials will talk to students, teachers and other workers at school before compiling the final report. The deaths are linked to malaria outbreak which has been alleged to be a great challenge in the school. In fact 28 students were hospitalized with fever and diarrhoea in late may.
However, some section of parents are blaming the school administration for not doing enough while their children were in the hospital. Others also point fingers at the school for not notify them early enough about the situation at school. Having, said that, let us wait and see what the investigation will have for us.
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