Member of the National Assembly, Homa Bay Town Constituency, Hon Peter Kaluma has lectured the cabinet secretary for Education Hon Ezekiel Machogu over Junior Secondary school tribulations. Hon Peter Kaluma argued that the Junior secondary school has suffered stillbirth. There are no teachers, and no books, no facilities, expenses unnecessary requirements from parents, and no learning in public schools.
Hon Peter Kaluma has warned the Cabinet Secretary for Education Hon Ezekiel Machogu to style up the Education sector or surrender.
The Junior secondary school begun this year and there are many challenges that it's encountering. Most parents were against it, and pushing it to be demolished, though the government wants to implement it.
"Junior Secondary school has suffered stillbirth: No teachers, and No books, No facilities, expenses unnecessary requirements from parents, No learning in public schools! The CS for Education Ezekiel Machogu should wake up to reality or ship out!", Hon Peter Kaluma.
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