The ministry of education cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha has not stopped warning the secondary School principal from sending the students home for school fees. Since the preparation to end the yard and the reopening of school for third term he has not stopped singing this.
In support of this he said the National treasury had just released money amounting to Sh16.8 billion all public schools across the country for capitation.
In preparation of the exams which will be part of the school calendar this term he warned principals not to engage in politics by not to accepted examination success cards bearing pictures and portraits of people seeking political seats in their respective institutions.
The cabinet secretary was Speaking while Kapsabet high school.
He retariated that the National treasury had already released Sh16.8 billion to all primary and secondary schools. Out of this 2.1 billion will go to primary capitation while the remaining 14.7 billion will be for secondary schoolsa The CS went further to ask heads to visit the homes of students who are unable to raise fees and assess the situation of the families.
He was on the ground in kapsabet to lay the foundation stone for the construction of classroom for junior secondary. This are funded by he national government.
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