A form one student of Maranda Boys High School was yesterday brought to the institution in a helicopter. He was escorted by the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. He landed in the school's arena in a chopper, whose tail number was 5Y-PKZ.
Reliable sources allege that the boy is one of the exceptional learners that were lucky to be chosen by Odinga for subsidy.
The landing copter resulted in confusion and everything came to a halt at the school as people were keen to see who had visited them.
It should be noted that the entry of 1.15 million Form ones to secondary commenced on Monday amid the Covid-19 pandemic and it is expected to run till Friday this week. The reporting day was characterized by an enormous number of children something likely to be a problem to those institutions without enough infrastructure.
In my view, this is unfair because other students will feel inferior. He could have been brought by the normal mode of transportation.
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