Education cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has raised an alarm to school teachers, warning them against involving themselves in partisan politics in schools.
Magoha articulated that all teachers will remain on his watch in a solemn quest to ensure that they follow to the letter the established code of conduct that prohibits partisan politics in learning institutions.
The Education cabinet Secretary warned teachers against dragging learners and students to the political space, articulating that they do not subscribe to any existing political party in the country.
Magoha articulated that one's choice in the distinguished elective seats should remain a secret simply because it may erupt unnecessary chaos, anxiety and tension when discussed in the school environment.
"It shall not be under my watch to see teachers joining politics. It has to stop because children do not have political parties," Education cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha stated.
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