It is indeed relief to parents as the cabinet secretary of education Prof George Magoha delivers good news to both children and parents. The government in line with the ministry of education has been operating in a bid of stimulating learning through free primary and secondary education.
In his statement, CS Magoha ascertains that the government has submitted Kshs 75 billion to the ministry of education in support of free primary and secondary education. The move aims for every single Kenyan child to acquire education without much difficulty.
Mogoha has send a warning to school heads over sending learners home for non-payment of school fees. Magoha stated that already secondary schools have received Kshs 59.4 billion and primary school Kshs 15.2 billion for academic year of 2020/2021.
Magoha as stepped in the parents side claiming that they should be given time to raise up school fees for their leaners. Magoha warned school heads over sending leaners home because of school fees arrears. Parents are complaining that the short holiday will not be enough for take to raise up school fees and thus should be given more time.
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