The Law Society of Kenya president Nelson Havi has officially moved to the High Court to seek orders to compel Education cabinet secretary Prof George Magoha to halt the now embattled Competency Based Curriculum (CBC). According to Havi and his team of lawyers, the CBC was not properly started since it did not follow the law. However, according to the CS Prof Magoha, CBC is there to stay since it's one of president Uhuru Kenyatta's biggest legacies.
Nelson Havi has today revealed to the NTV Kenya in an exclusive interview that they were unable to to file a petition in court against the new system of education since it's documents were missing. "When you are changing a system of education, you must follow the law. We have not opposed CBC for four years since it's documents were unavailable," Havi said.
This is coming at a time when the Parents Association has declared that the will go to court to defend the new curriculum saying they are contented with it.
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