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Why Hearing Of CBC Case Scheduled For Tomorrow May Not Take Place

The issues surrounding the Competency Based Curriculum has raised heated debates among Kenyans. In his inauguration speech William Ruto promised to form a taskforce that will conduct research on CBC. Two days ago during his tour in Kisumu Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua told Kenyans that CBC will not be scraped or abolished but just streamlined. He said that is causing discomfort among parents, students and teachers will only be improved. There have been concerns that the new curriculum was rushed and it has been burdening parents.

However the Judiciary has recently given its regrets on hearing of the Competency Based Curriculum case that was scheduled to take place tomorrow Monday, 26th, September, 2022. The matters that had been listed before the Judiciary have been rescheduled and will be done on 18th, October, 2022. In a statement shared by former President of the Law Society of Kenya Nelson Havi the reports that have emerged is the hearing bench of the petition will be away on an official duty and the case has now been pushed to a later date.

In his statement he said that, "We regret to inform that the CBC case scheduled for hearing tomorrow to Wednesday will not go on. The 3 Judges appointed by the CJ to hear the case will be away on official duties. Hopefully, an early hearing date will be given on 22-11-2022 when the case will be mentioned."

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