Kenya's education sector continues to face challenges because of covid 19 which has affected the students, teachers, administrators, and parents. Many teachers have contracted the dangerous coronavirus in the line of their duties.
Malaral high school in Samburu county is currently facing a big blow because of the loss of the principal Wycliff Kideu. According to the early reports, Mr. Kideu has been in the Intensive Care Unit in Nakuru where he was receiving treatment from last week. This is also a big blow to the Kenya National Examination Council because of the loss of the center manager. Several school principals have contracted the disease during the examination invigilation exercises.
Last week, the principal of Inooro secondary school in Laikipia was buried after she succumbed to the virus. The Nation of Kenya is currently battling the third wave of the virus which is much consuming than the earlier waves. Citizens are still requested to continue observing the covid 19 protocols to reduce the spread.
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