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What Ministry of Education Has Been Told to do In Order to Stop Unrest Seen in Most Schools

Due to Covid-19 outbreak last year, the government together with ministry of education banned various sports activities in order to control spread of the virus. Due to this incidence, the school calendar was distracted hence the ministry of education tried to recoup the lost time by removal of sports activities.

However, few days ago we have encountered various schools dormitories that have reduced into ashes. This incidences have already raised concern with education stakeholders unable to come up with viable decision concerning this issues.

Today, Indimuli Kahi who is current chairman of Kenya Secondary Heads Association, has raised concern and now he advocates Ministry of Education to come up with sport curriculum in order to keep students and pupils busy to stop current school unrest seen all over the country.

According to Indimuli, he says that there is need for ministry of education to allow pupils and students interaction through sports activities. Through this students will be occupied physically and mentally. Indimuli Tweeted saying this, " I want to say that once these students come back from midterm let us allow them opportunities to ventilate and have some competitive activities with other schools to keep them busy."

Also, he added that before initiating sports, ministry of education should come up with strategies and measures to control spread of Covid-19 during sports activities.

On your opinion, which advice will you give Ministry of Education in order to stop ongoing schools unrest? Kindly share your opinion in comments section below.

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