A viral photo showing school children's tied up on a pole as a form of punishment has caused mixed reactions from the public.
The school reported to be Thiru Primary School in the areas of Mailisaba and almost about 10km's from Nyahururu in Laikipia County is put in question by many as more attention is directed towards the school.
From the picture, 3 children are seen tightly fixed on a pole using a common rope while in school uniforms and unable to make any body movement.
Here are some people's comments;
Kiplagat Abraham; The Minister of Education Professor George Magoha must get to see this and and get those responsible punished as per the provision of the law because this is abuse of child's rights.
Dennis Kibet Biwott: Inhumanity. This should be investigated please and action taken.
John Ambrose! ...This is barbaric. All the teachers in this school should be fired like by tomorrow.
Devis Korir; This is frustrating young souls which will prolong to stress,,are they ready to cure stress?
Stanley Kiptoo; These teachers are tarnishing the good name of our Nyahururu...
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