Since the outbreak of the corona virus pandemic in the country, things have never been the same. Many sectors of the economy were negatively affected with the Education sector being one of them.
That was enough to give George Magoha a rough period of time as he had to deal with various circumstances in order to make things right. One of the decision that Magoha's ministry made was to introduce a crash programme in order to cover the time wasted but as things seem to be, that move is not working as planned because of unrests in many schools to an extend of forcing through a mid-term break.
At the moment, there is a looming change to public boarding schools after former Presidential aspirant Ole Kiyiapi gave Education Ministry through CS George Magoha a strong proposal. Through his official twitter account, Kiyiapi called on the Education sector to re-structure majority of public boarding secondary schools into Day schools.
"Arising from recent happenings in public boarding secondary schools - time has come to DELIBERATELY re-structure majority of schools into Day Schools. Boarding should be the exception rather than the norm! They are no longer tenable." Tweeted Ole Kiyiapi.
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